Though it's really quite a capable handset
, Dell's Streak brought several disappointments to its belated US launch
; namely, a pastry-based OS without any creme filling
, and a $549 version that's still SIM-locked
. While we doubt AT&T's iron grip will release the Streak from the latter servitude, Dell's Lionel Menchaca suggests that the former problem may get solved all at once, because the company is considering skipping Android 2.1 altogether for stateside Streaks and upgrading them directly to the faster, more capable
Android 2.2. We don't have a timeframe for a potential release, of course, as the device just went on sale, but it's clear that Dell hears your cries for the functionality Froyo brings.