Back at the tail-end of April, Pocket-lint saw a Dell tablet roadmap which listed the Dell Streak Pro 10-inch Honeycomb device, and revealed that it was due to hit in "June 2011". Now a couple of pictures have been unearthed, as have some further details.
We were previously under the impression that the tablet will feature a 10-inch 1280 x 800 screen, an Nvidia Tegra T25 graphics processor, Android Honeycomb (3.0 at least), Wi-Fi and two microphones. However, new information states that the device will sport an Nvidia Tegra T20 processor running at 1GHz that's incapable running stereoscopic 3D. It debunks any theories that the Streak Pro was to have a 3D screen.
Other new specifications revealed include 1GB DDR2 RAM, a total weight of 720g, a 2-megapixel camera for the front, and a 5-megapixel rear-mounted cam. There will also be a range of coloured skins released by Dell - in black, pink, blue and red - for users to customise their Streak Pros.
There will be 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions, with an SDHC card slot for good measure. And its battery promises 12 hours of use before needing a recharge. Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi 802.11n are included. In the US, the support for AT&T's LTE network is currently being considered.
Whether this device hits in June in the UK is unknown, but it's still being touted for an imminent release in the States at least.
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