John Thode, Dell’s V . P . for mobile products, has shared a Honeycomb-flavored snippet of his company’s tablet roadmap with CNET. The Ten” Android tablet that people saw at CES and suspected might be around this month will indeed make its debut within the summer time, based on Thode, nevertheless its launch market is going to be China, not the united states. He points to numerous “inhibitors and obstacles to success” in Dell’s homeland — for example mobile service providers dictating prices models that stifle the adoption of pills and customers being not aware of “just what Android is getting” — because the causes for Round Rock’s atypical decision. The Streak 10 Professional, as it’ll formally be known, has a Honeycomb-standard 1280 x 800 resolution screen, an advantage-to-edge glass surface, two cameras (one of these reaching a 5 megapixel res), an Sdcard slot, a thickness of 12mm, and 1080p video playback abilities thanks to an unspecified NVIDIA Tegra dual-core processor. One more pier allows the ten Professional to do something like a USB host, while enhancing its connectivity with High-definition multimedia interface, Ethernet, and, clearly, some USB ports. The United States can always reach love this particular bounty of options, but we are told it will not happen until 2012. Through which point we’ll most likely possess a taste for fresher, icier versions of Android.
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