Dell's tablet roadmap has been leaked by a very reliable tipster along with Dell Android Smartphones and Dell Windows Phones, and it appears that there are four new Android tablets in the works. According to the roadmap, we should expect the Dell Gallo, a Honeycomb tablet, sometime around April of this year. That will be followed by the Dell Sterling, running Honeycomb in Q4. We also have the Dell Opus One and Dell Silver Oak (best name ever!) for sometime in Q1 of 2012. The roadmap makes mention that these 2012 tablets will be running Honeycomb as well, but we wouldn't be surprised if that ends up changing. True hardcore tablet lovers will note that the Gallo is set to receive a "Handwriting" update in Q4, while the Streak 7 may get an update in Q3.
Heck, it's out our bag, but Dell also has Windows 7 tablets planned under the codenames Rosemount and Peju.
We'll be very interested to see what Dell brings to the table with these four Android tablets, and as soon as we know more you can read it here.
Be sure to check out the Dell 2011 Android Smartphones and the Dell 2011 Windows Phone roadmap!
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