updated 06:05 pm EDT, Sat April 23, 2011
Dell Streak Pro to incorporate Tegra 2 3D chip
Dell’s forthcoming 10-inch Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet has been spotted as the Dell Streak Pro. In a further revelation uncovered by Android Central the device will be fitted with an NVIDIA Tegra T25, which is marketed as the NVIDIA Tegra 2 3D. While the chip is known to clock up to 1.2GHz, and is 3D-capable, it isn’t yet confirmed that the Streak Pro also sports a matching 3D display.
What is known is that the Streak Pro 10-inch display will have a resolution of 1280x800, typical of displays this size. It will support video chatting although its 3G modem will support data only, not voice calls unless VOIP. Fitting of its Streak Pro name, the device will also include an ‘enterprise application stack’, likely a range of business friendly apps.
While most of the current Honeycomb tablets on the market are running a plain vanilla version of the OS, the Streak Pro will incorporate customizations in the Dell Stage 1.5 UI. The tablet had been expected to ship in June, although it may be pushed back to the fall.