The Dell Streak 7, the larger successor to the five-inch Dell Streak smartphone, was announced at CES today. Though the Streak 7 will run Google Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) and have access to the Android Market, it will sport the Dell Stage UI overlay.
Powered by the Nvidia dual-core, 1 GHz Tegra 2 processor, the Streak 7 will be equipped with a seven-inch, Gorilla Glass, WVGA touch screen. Featuring a 1.3 megapixel, front-facing camera and preloaded Qik Video Chat software, the Streak 7 will be ready for video chat, either over T-Mobile’s 4G data network or via Wi-Fi. In addition, the tablet will have a rear-facing, five-megapixel camera, capable of capturing stills as well as video.
Other features include Flash-readiness, a SWYPE virtual keyboard, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and 16 GB of internal memory, with an SD card slot for expanding memory up to an additional 32 GB.
The Streak 7 will be available in the U.S. “in the coming weeks,” according to the announcement from T-Mobile.
Dell Streak 10?
Also briefly revealed at the press event was a 10-inch Dell tablet. No specifics were provided on the device, including the name (Dell Streak 10, perhaps?). The only details mentioned were that the device should roll out within the year and that it will most likely be geared toward business users.
Additional reporting by Jamison Cush, video courtesy of Jerry Jackson