The other day Dell CEO Michael Dell teased us with a brief glimpse at a new 7 inch tablet that looks like it could be a bit more than just a larger version of the Dell Streak 5 inch Android tablet. While the new model will also run Android, the larger display looks like it might have a higher resolution and it’s not yet clear whether it will have two cameras. It’s also not yet clear whether the tablet, like the Streak, will be able to make phone calls — although I’d be surprised if it didn’t at least have a 3G modem for mobile broadband data connections.
Unfortunately all we can tell is that there’s a volume rocker, a headphone jack, and a few other buttons on the sides, as well as your usual Android buttons on the front for navigating through Google’s mobile operating system.
It also looks like Dell had a bit of trouble with the capacitive touchscreen during his demo. When he tried to scroll through a page, he had to swipe his finger repeatedly before anything happened. You can check it out at the 1:27 point in the video below.