Surprise, surprise! Well, actually the only surprise is that it's taken Dell this long to release its first Android tablet, one that's been in the public eye since last year. Coming exclusively to O2 next month in the UK through various outlets, the Dell Streak will have virtually the same specs we have known about for what seems like forever now.
Initially running Android 1.6 on the ever-popular 1GHz Snapdragon processor, the Streak features front and rear cameras, 16GB internal flash storage (expandable to 48GB), and a custom UI. Also, this will be the first landscape-oriented Android device to feature official support for the Android Market. Later in the year, Dell has promised an OTA update to Android 2.2, or Froyo, which just made a splashy debut at Google's I/O conference last week and will enable access to Flash 10.1 web content.
Later this summer, Dell expects the Streak to be available here in the US, with AT&T as the most likely carrier due to the GSM-nature of the smartphone innards. Pricing is unavailable, but there is a new video from a member of the Streak's development team after the break, which goes over some of the finer points of what should be a highly-sought after smartphone / tablet / MID.