Not long after Dell’s upcoming Android tablet, the “Streak 7”, received an ad treatment. The first images of the device have surfaced on the internet gleaning a few more details about the device along the way.
In the pictures of the Streak 7, which were published on CellPhoneSignal.com, it is revealed that the tablet will be equipped with front- and rear-facing cameras, with the latter supported with a flash of some kind. In addition to the typical three-button format from Android, the Streak 7 also features three physical buttons, likely for use with the OS skin, Stage UI (also found in the original Dell Streak).
And in terms of the physical appearance, it’s apparent that the device is pretty thick, but also has a door on its side, possibly for external memory.
The Streak 7, named for its 7-inch screen, will be available to T-Mobile customers and will likely receive an official announcement by the company in January at CES.
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