After much teasing and leaks of the 7″ version of the Dell Streak, Dell together with T-Mobile has finally announced the device promoting it as T-Mobile’s first ever 4G enabled tablet. T-Mobile currently runs on HSPA+ which they boldly claim as America’s largest 4G network.
Just a quick run through on the device, the 7″ tablet with its toughen Gorilla Glass displays 800×480 and it is powered by a dual-core Tegra 2 processor. The resolution is quite a let down as we’re expecting 1024×600 resolution on a 7-incher like its Samsung Galaxy Tab rival. While Honeycomb OS is the buzz now for Android Tablets, the Dell Streak 7 runs on the older Android 2.2 like other current tablets you’ll find on sale today. It weights 450g and comes with a 2780mAh battery.
Among the notable specs and features revealed are:
- Brilliant seven-inch WVGA (TFT) touch screen display with Gorilla Glass
- Android 2.2 (Froyo) with Android Market
- Qik video chat with built-in front-facing 1.3-megapixel webcam
- Stage User Interface easy access to the stuff you care about
- Built-in support for T-Mobile’s 4G mobile broadband network and Wi-Fi
- Dual core GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor
- SMS/MMS, SWYPE virtual keyboard and stereo Bluetooth 2.1 capable
- Support for Adobe Flash Player
- Support for Microsoft Exchange e-mail, contacts and calendar
- 16 GB of internal memory and SD Card slot with support for expandable memory up to 32 GB
- Dimensions: 7.87″ x 4.72″ x 0.49″
Next question most of us will be asking is when will it reach Malaysia and when will they release Android 3.0 Honeycomb update if any. Until now, the Dell Streak 5″ version has yet to make an official sales appearance in Malaysia.
Head after the break to watch the introductory video of the Dell Streak 7.
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