Dell launched a 10 inch Windows tablet with an Intel Bay Trail processor earlier this year. Now the company appears to be getting ready to release an updated model with a more powerful Intel Atom Cherry Trail chip.

According to leaked information posted by German site Giga, the new Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 will be available with a full HD display, an optional keyboard dock, a digital pen, and a 3D, depth-sensing camera.

dell venue 10 pro 5056

The upcoming tablet is expected to feature a USB Type-C connector, a micro HDMi port, mini USB port, and an 8MP rear camera and 2MP front-facing camera. The optional 3D camera is most likely an Intel RealSense camera.

The new Dell Venue 10 Pro will support up to 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage, 802.11ac WiFi, and optional 4G LTE and HSPA+ connectivity. There’s also an option for NFC.

Dell’s new 10 inch tablet is said to measure less than 0.4 inches thick, and optional accessories include a keyboard dock with backlit keys and a digital pen that uses Wacom technology.

Note that Dell hasn’t officially confirmed any of these details — but if Giga’s information is accurate, the new Dell Venue 10 Pro should launch in November.

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4 replies on “Dell Venue 10 Pro Windows tablet with Cherry Trail coming soon (leaks)”

  1. Hmm optional ‘world-facing’ 3D camera. Would be so nice to have one on the front that would work with Windows Hello, so as not to have to enter a password/code to unlock… Still, this otherwise looks very nice. The 5055 model actually had a great 1900×1200 panel and stylus, plus full USB port and decent build, but was hamstrung by too little RAM so this should be a worthwhile upgrade.

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