The Dell Streak's future has never been particularly bright due to poor marketing/communication and delayed software updates, but ever since the company announced that the Streak 10 Pro wouldn't be available in the US until next year, the pocket tablet's outlook has seemed a bit more grim.
AT&T's Streak is still running Android 2.2 while its unlocked counterpart has had 2.2.2 since April; there appears to be no plans to update it to Gingerbread, let alone Ice Cream Sandwich; and we haven't heard anything about the Opus One—long-rumored Streak 5 successor—since it showed up on a leaked roadmap under a Q1 2012 heading.
And now both the AT&T-locked and unlocked devices are "temporarily out of stock" at Dell.com's Home site. It's still available for purchase on the company's Business pages for some reason, with an estimated ship date of a few days from now, so something strange is going on.
Anyone know (or care to guess) what's up?[Dell] Thanks, marvin02!