The fact that Dell is working on a Honeycomb based 10 inch tablet is no secret. If you are following its development as eagerly as we are, you would be happy to learn that the company right now is in the process of testing early builds of the 10 inch tablet and the test results have been released.
Likely to be called the Dell Streak 10 Pro, the tablet seems to be running on Android 3.1, the latest iteration of the Honeycomb version. The rest of the tablet details are still under wraps, though a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor is almost a certainty under the hood. Also, the display is likely to have a resolution of 1280 x 752 pixel which is a bit less than the 1280 x 800 pixels that remains the standard.
More details awaited.
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