Shots of a third Dell Android tablet have surfaced online, as a successor to the smartphone-cum-slate hybrid that was the original Streak and its larger cousin the Streak 7.
Dubbed the Dell Streak Pro, the tablet will reportedly run either the 3.0 or 3.1 version of Honeycomb out of the box and pack a 10.1-inch display with 1280x800 resolution.
Elsewhere, it’ll apparently be home to a 1GHz dual core Tegra 2 processor and dual snappers of five megapixels (rear-mounted for snaps and video) and two megapixels (front-facing and good only for video calls) respectively.
In keeping the Pro part of the slate’s monicker, there’s going to be a range of work-focussed Motorola Atrix-style peripherals too, so that your slate can double as a lappy.
It’s not abundantly clear when the Streak Pro will arrive. But apparently when it does, it’ll be available in 16GB and 32GB options as well as a full-fat, sod-the-expense 64GB edition.
This year is also expected to see the arrival of Dell’s tablet debut on the Windows Phone 7 platform in the form of the so-called Dell Business Tablet.
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