CES is right around the corner and it appears that more and more rumors are rising. Now it’s the news about the devices that are most likely headed to T-Mobile USA, the Motorola Cliq 2 smartphone and the Dell Streak 7 tablet.
The images of the earlier rumored Motorola Cliq 2, which is the successor of the Motorola Cliq (the first Android handset from Motorola) and the predecessor of the Motorola Droid, have appeared on Cellphonesignal.com.
According to the report, the device will be showcased at CES and will be launched on the market on January 19. There has been no confirmation on the matter from the carrier, but we are expecting to hear an announcement soon.
The Motorola Cliq that is also known as Begonia will come equipped with a keyboard, which has a design that looks something like a Honeycomb, and a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash on the back.
There is no confirmation about the OS of the device, and it is not known whether the keyboard’s design is a hint about the next Google OS.
You will also get integrated GPS, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and WiFi b/g/n. There are rumors that the device will also support WiFi calling, and the device will also feature new MOTOBLUR widgets.
And you must already know that T-Mobile will focus on HSPA+ in the coming year, so we expect that this device could be the first HSPA+ handset from Motorola.
Next up is the Dell Streak 7 tablet. You might remember that the carrier had announced that it will launch some HSPA+ tablets in 2011, and back in February, a T-Mobile roadmap had revealed that a Dell Streak will be hitting the carrier in 2011. It appears that T-Mobile will unveil the new tablet at CES.
The Dell Streak 7 has a 7″ screen and runs Android, most probably Froyo. It is also expected to feature a front facing camera for video chat and a rear one with flash. Hit the source link to view more pictures of the device.
The Motorola Cliq 2 may not be an iPhone killer, but the Dell tablet can become an alternative for the iPad.
But the arrival of the device might be at the difficult time, since most of the upcoming tablets, including the iPad 2, are expected to be announced in the very near future.