It's been a while since we've heard anything about the Dell Streak, but thanks to a little detective work, it looks like a sure bet that the device will be hitting AT&T in the next few days. A rumor has been floating around recently saying that the Streak would be launching as soon as July 19th, and while I was a little skeptical at first, the rumor is looking more and more like it's true. Engadget received a few images of a corporate AT&T store with the "Smartphones" area blocked off where new kiosks are being installed. That portion of the store is under extremely tight security, Engadget's source said, with employees being forced to sign NDAs and some even being placed under examination for trying to figure out what was going on behind the wall. While it could be something Captivate-related, that would be rather strange since AT&T has already announced the device.
The Dell Streak has been rumored for AT&T for quite some time, but we're finally seeing hard evidence of that days before the possible release. Considering the Streak hasn't been announced, as well as the tight security surrounding the new kiosk being installed, I think it's pretty safe to say that AT&T is about to build onto their existing Android library with the Streak. Some may think that the device, with its 5-inch screen, is too large, but it's not that far off from recent Android phones like the DROID X and EVO. It may take some getting used to, but I could definitely see people using the Streak as their regular device. They just may need a small bag to tote it around in.