Dell Streak Pro On Its Way!
Google announced Android 3.1 at Google I/O yesterday. The new Android will offer fixes such as native USB hosting, speed improvements, and is expected to come out on tablets in the near future. Luckily, Dell is already testing the next version of Android on the Dell Streak Pro, the next flavor of the Dell Streak that is due in mid June. All we know at the moment is that the new Dell Streak will be 10-inch tablet, with Android and a display resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
The device will feature both front and rear-end cameras and will have data-only mobile connectivity. This means that users will not be able to use a pre-established WiFi connection which also means they will be browsing solely through their paid data plan. Unless the Dell Streak Pro is launched with T-Mobile (which offers an unlimited data plan), I do not see this new tablet as a viable option for AT&T users, who have no such unlimited data plan offered to them.
As far as I am aware of, the whole point of a tablet PC is to be able to enjoy as much Internet as you want without getting penalized. Of course, if you have U-Verse, you will still suffer from the recently enforced data caps and overage costs. As we are advancing in technology, we need to see lower data prices instead of limitations. We will keep you posted when we have more information about specs, photos, pricing, and availability. The photos are the previous Dell Streak 7, as well as the video, below.