I heard from a few Dell reps that this wasn't true recently, and now comes more "proof" that the Streak brand will live on. According to an alleged internal document titled "Commercial Tablet Roadmap Summary" and pictured above, the company's data-only Honeycomb tablet will be called the Streak Pro.
The document "confirms" the June 2011 release date we saw before and reveals some additional specs like the presence of the dual-core NVIDIA Tegra T25 processor (the T20 is in the Streak 7), a screen resolution of 1280 x 800, Dell Stage 1.5, two mics, front and rear cameras, and some kind of "enterprise application stack."
While these details are undoubtedly great right now, most of the specs are already available right now too in 10-inch Honeycomb tablets like the Motorola Xoom. Obviously, pricing is going to have to be very competitive for the Streak Pro to make a splash. I paid $590 for my WiFi-only Xoom so if the new Streak's rumored release date is true, then I hope the $499 price is too.
There's no way to know how current the document is (or if it's even legitimate), though, so who knows what the Dell Streak Pro (assuming that's even its real name) will bring to the table.[Android Central]