When it rains, it pours, right? After going months without a peep concerning Dell's Streak 7, it got certified by the WiFi Alliance just a few days ago, and then we saw an ad for the device leak out shortly after that. Today the Dell's 7-incher has leaked again, but this time we're getting a much better look at the actual device. While there's been no word on the actual specs of the Streak 7, you can see that there's a camera around back and, interestingly, a little T-Mobile branding, as well.
We saw a Dell Streak (the 5-inch model) that was compatible with T-Mobile's 3G pass the FCC earlier this year, but the device never made it to market, so it's nice that T-Mo customers will finally get a chance to pick up a Dell tablet. The question is, will they actually buy it? I'm not so sure. After all, T-Mobile already offers the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and I don't think that everyone who doesn't own a tablet now is going to run to their nearest Magenta store to snap up Dell's, especially considering the lukewarm response that the original Streak got on AT&T. Unless the Streak 7 has some crazy new feature that we don't know about, it may get passed over in favor of the impending onslaught of Honeycomb-powered tablets.