The 10.1" LCD display carries resolution of 1280x800 pixels, and the slate runs Google's tablet Android Honeycomb, sporting the quickly becoming standard NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core chipset, clocked at 1GHz, together with 1GB of RAM. Dell's Stage 2.0 interface could be placed on top of Android Honeycomb.
The rear camera should be 5MP, and there is also a 2MP front-facing one for video calls. What might set it apart is a 24.1Wh battery, which is listed to hold the Dell Pro running for twelve hours, but we'll wait for Dell's official confirmation on that.
The Dell Streak Pro clocks in at 0.5" (12.9mm) thick, and weight is 1.59 pounds (720 grams), both about the average for a 10" Honeycomb slate, but not as slim as the reference Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The back is supposedly made of brushed aluminum, and Dell should offer black, pink, blue and red skins to mix and match. A few versions are planned, based on the amount of internal memory - 16GB, 32GB or 64GB.
Except the color skins, Dell is reportedly planning accessories like a media dock and car charger, but it also eyes the business customers with a productivity dock and a folding cover with a built-in keyboard, as well as Exchange, VPN support and encryption. The source says the Dell Streak Pro is about to be released some time in June, and, interestingly enough, that Dell is planning to have a version supporting AT&T's upcoming LTE network.
source: Tweakers (translated)