T-Mobile USA Announces Dell Streak 7 Tablet and Plans For Faster 4G
During CES T-Mobile made a couple of announcements another Android tablet and their plans to increase their networks speed over 2011.
The Dell Streak 7 was announced for T-Mobile USA, which will be the first Android tablet take advantage of T-Mobile 4G network. The tablet will also have a 7-inch touch screen with Gorilla Glass, run Android 2.2, a 1GHz dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, a 5.0 megapixel rear-facing camera, a front-facing1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1,Wi-Fi, 16GB of internal memory expandable to 32 GB via microSD card.
The Streak 7 will support Adobe Flash, come with Qik video chat application pre-installed, which will allow consumers to video call over T-Mobile network and Wi-Fi. It will run Dell’s Stage user interface on top of Android 2.2. The tablet will also feature T-Mobile-TV which, for about $10 a month on top of a regular plan, will allow consumers to stream select television shows on the device. The Dell Streak 7 will also come with the Zino application pre-installed to that will allow consumers to read and share over 75,000 digital magazines from multiple countries.
The Streak 7 tablet is going to be available in the US "in the coming weeks" and will be sold through T-Mobile’s retail stores and T-Mobiles website as well as from Dell. For more information on the Dell Streak 7 go to T-Mobile's Dell Streak 7 website.
Aside from T-Mobile announcing the LG G-Slate and the Dell Streak 7 at CES the company also announced their plans to upgrade their 4G network. In 2010 T-Mobile launched their 4G network, with theoretical download speeds of up to 21Mbps. It currently reaches 4G network reaches 200 million customers and is available in 100 metropolitan areas.Continued on the next page