An anonymous tipster has provided Android Central with a roadmap featuring three new Dell tablets. The tablets will arrive at various points over the next six months.
First up is the Streak Pro, a 10in business-oriented variant of the existing Dell Streak, which is currently available in 5 or 7in. Incidentally, the 7in Dell Streak has come down in price quite a bit recently.
On the spec front, the Dell Streak Pro will have a WXGA display with 1280x800 resolution, an NVIDIA Tegra T25 processor and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). It’s expected in June.
Following a month later is the Dell Latitude XT-3, billed as a “13in convertible tablet”. It’ll have 4GB RAM, full 1080p output and run Windows 7, with "E-family docking solutions".
Finally there’s the Latitude ST, another Windows 7 effort, expected in October. Curiously, despite coming later than the others, there are tons of specs to go on already.
The Latitude ST will have a 10in HD display (1366x768), an Intel Oak Trail 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 3MP rear camera and 1.3MP front, full 1080p output and 8 hours of battery life.
So there you go. Three more tablets in what’s fast becoming a rather bloated market.