T-Mobile marketing literature points to the launch of the Dell Streak 7 on the 2nd of February, one week before the HP Palm OS Topaz and Opal are formally presented.
According to TMOnews, the device will be the first 4G tablet from T-Mobile and will be able to support up to 21Mbps thanks to its HSPA+ support.
This is slightly odd as T-Mobile is saying on its website that its first 4G tablet will be the LG G-Slate instead, an Android 3.0 tablet set to be put on sale shortly.
Like the Dell Streak 7, the G-Slate was launched at the Consumer Electronics Show a few weeks ago and T-Mobile is already taking registrations for it.
TMOnews says that the introduction of the Dell Streak 7 will mean the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be EOLed by the end of the month.
The Streak 7 will come with a 7-inch Gorilla Glass WVGA capacitive touchscreen plus a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, a front facing webcam and Android 2.2 Froyo.
We suspect that, like the Streak 5, it will be launched in Europe before being rolled out elsewhere. No pricing details have been released yet but if is meant to replace the Galaxy Tab, then it will go on sale for roughly the same price as the Streak 5.