While T-Mobile is getting ready to launch the G-Slate later this year, it looks like the first 4G tablet available from T-Mobile USA will be the Dell Streak 7. The folks at TmoNews got their hands on a document showing that the 7 inch Android tablet will be available from the wireless carrier starting February 2nd.

The Streak 7 will look a lot like a larger version of the current Dell Streak 5 inch tablet and will feature the same Dell Stage software running on top of Android 2.2. But under the hood the new model will have a faster NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor. It will also connect to T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network for mobile broadband speeds up to 21Mbps.

The Streak 7 will have a 7 inch, 800 x 480 pixel Gorilla Glass display, 16GB of storage, a 1.3MP front-facing camera and a 5MP rear camera and WiFI and Bluetooth.

TmoNews also received a tip that the Samsung Galaxy Tab would reach its End of Life at T-Mobile at the end of January. If that’s true, it will likely be replaced by a new model soon — possible with 4G capabilities. Verizon has already announced plans to offer a Galaxy Tab with 4G LTE connectivity.

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2 replies on “Dell Streak 7 tablet launching February 2nd?”

  1. 800×480 Really Dell?
    Why use all quality hardware then be cheap with the screen.

    Atleast make it 1024×600. Sensing a FAIL like the original streak.
    It better have a low price with a 800×480 screen.

    sen

    fdfff

    1. I did a “WTF-take” when I saw that RES as well. I thought it might be a typo, but no. I can’t see the logic in that. Shame, because it looked like it could have been a nice little unit too.

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