Dell Unveils Bigger Android Powered Venue Tablets

April 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The successor to the much acclaimed Dell Venue 8 7000 has been announced by Dell.

Named the Dell Venue 10 7000, the newbie is a bigger sized one and features a similar line of specs as that of its forerunner.

The name here, as usual, suggests the sizing of the screen – a 10.5 inch one.


The OLED display brags a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, which draws a pixel density of 287ppi. It’s worth bearing in mind that not many tablets running the Android OS give out a better pixel rating for a 10-inch screen.

Moving to the chip-side of it, the device packs a similar array of line-ups as seen in the 8-inch version.

The Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core processor is same as used in Venue 8 7000, and offers processing speeds of 2.3GHz.

The SoC comes accompanied by a RAM of 2GB. 16 GB is what it offers with its in-built storage.

The rear-camera used is also the same 8MP one, and they have not left behind the Intel RealSense technology that lets you handle focus even after snapping the images.

The device also retains the 2MP front cam for video conferencing and selfie snaps. The microSD slot will let you plug-in cards of up to 512MB storage.

The optional keyboard that comes magnetized offers distinct usability modes like laptop, tablet, stand mode and tent mode.


The device is also the first from Dell to rollout with Android 5.0 Lollipop OS on-board. The 7000 mAh battery packed inside is claimed by the manufacturers as capable of runing for over 15 hours.

The devices will be arriving first across the US and China markets, the former will also see a 32 GB version.

The pricing of the device is set at $499, with the optional keyboard adding $130 to the price-tag. Dell will bring the Venue 10 7000 tablets to these markets by this month, following which they would gradually bring the devices to other markets including the UK and Australia.

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