Dell have just announced the 7-inch version of its Dell Streak Android tablet during this year’s CES. This gives the company a bet in the fast-growing market of Android tablet going up with Samsung Galaxy Tab and Motorola Xoom tablet. The new Dell Streak 7 will be available with Android 2.2 at launch however, Dell promised that a Honeycomb update will come very soon after.
“Once you have the new Dell Streak 7 tablet in your hands, you won’t be able to put it down”, said John Thode, vice president of Dell’s Mobility Product Group. “It will quickly become the ultimate device for the socially connected who want to do everything from watching great content, to chatting with friends, to taking high-resolution pictures and immediately sharing them with their friends and family”.
Now let’s boil down to the specs of this handheld, mainly it was run by an Nvidia Tegra dual-core processor super-chip, do you noticed the “dual-core” there, giving an oomph in its performance. It’ll also features “built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth capability and innovative front- and rear-facing cameras make chatting face-to-face with friends over 3G or Wi-Fi connections effortless, both at home and on the go; in the US you’ll get 4G connectivity.”
Though there’s no definite pricing and availability details, Dell promised to ship this in the coming weeks.