Dell's American Android ambitions may have soured after lackluster sales of the Streak 5 and Streak 7 tablets, but it's more than willing to take advantage of the rapidly expanding Chinese market. Since Google's ubiquitous presence isn't nearly as ubiquitous across the Pacific, it's partnering with search engine Baidu to deliver services to their latest creation, the Streak Pro. The phone will use the Baidu Yi platform, a fork of Gingerbread's open-source code that remains compatible with Android apps. Dell has effectively ended its Android products in America after it stopped selling the Streak 7 tablet through T-Mobile earlier this month.
Dell's third Android tablet looks to be taking shape and getting ready to see the world. Today it appeared for a real live photo not just a rendered image like we saw in May, today we get to see the real thing. Sitting comfortably with his older yet smaller siblings the Dell Streak, and the Streak 7.