In addition to the Dell Streak 7 for T-Mobile USA’s network, Dell is prepping a WiFi-only model of the 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet with a WVGA resolution. The Streak 7’s WVGA resolution may be a disappointment for some as it’s the standard smartphone resolution for higher-end devices, but is seen as being low for a tablet; the similar size Galaxy Tab sports a 1,024 X 600 resolution as opposed to the 800 X 480 resolution on the Streak 7.
However, because of some of the compromises, the Streak 7 is able to achieve a low price point for tablet entry. A contract-free un-subsidized version of the Streak 7 costs $450 on T-Mobile while the WiFi pre-order page on Amazon shows a price of $380. The device supports a 1 GHz CPU, Android 2.2, and Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile support. According to Amazon, GPS support is also included on the WiFi edition for those who want a larger screen to navigate around unfamiliar urban terrains.
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