Here it is, the Dell Streak 7 that has been making just some of the right noises of late fueling speculation of an impending market launch sometime soon. And now, here is further proof of the launch to be not too far away. The tablet that will be the big brother to the 5 inch Streak until something bigger comes on to the scene has got the necessary FCC clearance leading to rumor mills churning out stories of the tablet to get formally launched at the upcoming CES.
This comes on the back of an earlier news of the Android based Streak 7 having received Wi-Fi clearance though further details of the tablet is still to come by. The only few bits and pieces of information of the tablet that has reached the public realm points out to the tablet including a UMTS 3G modem, Bluetooth 2.1, 802.11b/g/n and Wi-Fi. In fact, the Streak 7 is known to be compliant with both GSM 850/1900 bands, as well as WCDMA Bands II, IV and V, which mean the tablet will be in the folds of both T-Mobile and AT&T in the US.
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