After being shown off at CES 2011, the Dell Streak 10 Android 3.0 tablet is now rumored to be available next month. Apparently, the product will be shipping as soon as Honeycomb is made available and the device will be iPad-size, according to rumors.

BBC business editor Tim Weber is the one with the scoop and his words quote Michael Dell, who spoke about his company’s future plans. They include Windows Phone 7 devices and slates, like the new Dell Streak. Aside from the Streak 10, we’re also waiting for the 7 inch Streak 7, that will be available soon in the States.

We believe there will almost certainly be a dual core processor present, hopefully Android 3.0, but most likely Android 2.2, two cameras, potentially 1GB of RAM and 32GB of storage and, of course, all the 3G, Wi-Fi connectivity you’d expect from a premium piece of technology.

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