Dell Streak 10 Pro is rumored to make its debut in China some time this week

Dell Streak 10 Pro is rumored to make its debut in China some time this week
As early as April of this year, we heard that Dell was in the game to produce two 10-inch tablets with one running Google’s Android Honeycomb platform. Later on in May, some leaked images purported to be the actual 10-inch Honeycomb flavored tablet appeared showing the possibilities of it becoming an LTE enabled device for AT&T.

Well, yet another rumor is stirring things up as we speak seeing that we might be on the verge of finally seeing the device coming to market. According to a “reliable source” of VR-Zone, they believe that the Dell Streak 10 Pro will be making its debut some time this week in China – though, we’re still left in the dark regarding its pricing and official photos.

Actually, it appears that China is going to be Dell’s testing ground to gauge whether or not it’ll be a viable reason to launch it in other markets, which of course is measured on its success. Naturally, selling plenty of units would undoubtedly signal a larger scale release in other countries, but as of right now, we’ll all have to wait and find out.

So far, speculated specs for the Dell Streak 10 Pro include a 10.1” display with a resolution of 1280 x 800, 5-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset, and 1GB of RAM.

source: VR-Zone via Unwired View

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