Dell's Streak 7 has been leaking left and right lately, and today we've got even more information about the newest addition to the Android tablet family. The Streak 7 just got the a-ok from the Federal Communications Commission and, interestingly enough, it supports both AT&T and T-Mobile 3G bands. There's also SD and SIM card slots, as well as an inactive proximity sensor, meaning voice calling isn't out of the realm of possibility.
There's no word on exactly when the Streak 7 is actually going to launch, but I'd be willing to bet that we'll see Dell unveil the device at CES next month. I just hope that they're able to get something better than Eclair or Froyo on the Streak 7 either at launch or shortly thereafter. That could give them a shot at competing with the Galaxy Tab and the original Streak, although the wave of Honeycomb tablets is sure to overshadow all other devices. Are any of you still thinking about picking up a Galaxy Tab, Streak, or similar tablet, or are you set on waiting for Honeycomb?