At CES, Dell has offered seven Streak, his panel 7 "Android . It's type of an enlarged model of smartpad Streak 5 which retains the tapered profile and interface and IU Stage its nice widgets.

Dell , a newcomer to the cell phone, had tried to kill two birds with one stone through operating the Dell Streak in summer time 2010. With its show 5 ", the presence of Android and a cellular module, it used to be midway between the large and small smartphone pill.

Dell streak

As Streak 5, 7 Streak has a SIM card, but she can not phone, size requires.United States, it is launched on the 3G network of T-Mobile and sold at the operator as Dell, which leaves a door open for a possible global launch.

Its 7 "screen for a definition of 800×480 is not much, is covered with a layer of Gorilla Glass. Dessous hide an NVIDIA Tegra Soc 2 (two cores at 1 GHz) and 16 GB or 32 GB of internal memory . It nevertheless Android 2.2, which is provided by default, while competitors have submitted tablets Android 3.0, more appropriate. Dell uses a 16:9 ratio for movies of course, but much less surf.

However, in September, a touch pad, with a larger screen, was seen briefly in the hands of Michael Dell, the officer of the corporation, at a conference. That was enough to start the rumor, which has undergone further confirmation thereafter.

It is therefore natural that Dell has formalized at CES 2011, Tablet Dell Streak 7 is the shelf once more and less text. It has a touch display 7 "800 x 480 pixels (Corning Gorilla glass) but also a Tegra processor 2 GHz dual core 1 provided by Nvidia.



The back of Streak 7 is textured (that's Streak 5, flat and metallic, is somewhat slippery) and has a 5MP sensor that can be used to shoot in 720p HD. Front, we found a 1.3 MP. The Streak 7 measures 20x12x1, 24 cm and weighs 450 grams, its availability was not announced. It should soon be joined by a Streak 10 (10 inches), which will offer a full range of Dell shelves.

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