Previously these days Google displayed a few of the choices that come with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, which can be made particularly for tablets. However, these tablets aren’t available yet, and there doesn’t appear to be any firm release date for them at this time. Rather we get the following nicest thing, a 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet right from Dell.

Soon after waiting for a very long time, the Dell Streak seven is actually available on T-Mobile starting off at this time. It sports a 7-inch 800x480 image resolution display, sixteen Gigabytes of onboard storage space, a 1 GHz Central processing unit, plus anything else you’d expect to have from a little bit blown-up smart phone. The application runs using T-Mobile’s 4G network, the fact that company have been very pleased to include supports video phone calls, assuming you recognize others along with Qik on their own smart phone to speak to.

The actual Dell Streak 7 may cost you $199.99 on your two-year agreement, as well as an additional $25 or $40 per month and after that (depending on if you need 200 Megabytes or 5 Gigabytes of data, correspondingly). With those prices, it’s most likely worth it to hold back for the Lg G-Slate for T-Mobile, or perhaps the Motorola Xoom on Verizon. Yet unfortunately quite a few people simply want a blown-up smart phone to be a tablet, simply inquire Samsung.
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