Dell's newly leaked tablet and smartphone roadmap shows the new handsets on offer.
The most interesting part of the leak was the new Windows 8 tablet, expected to be launched in 2012.
Dell's new tablets are named Peju and Rosemount. Peju, a 10-inch tablet, may feature the Windows 8 operating system, making it the first to come with the yet to be released OS..
Rosemount is expected to be the Dell's first Windows 7 tablet, bearing a 1366x768 HD 10-inch display scheduled to arrive in June. The Peju and Rosemount tablets will compete with the likes of other similar tablets like the Apple iPad 2, Motorola Xoom and Notion Ink Adam.
There is some doubt as to the authenticity of the list, as Microsoft said last October that the next version of Windows is two years away. Windows 8 is supposed to combine features of Windows 7 and Windows XP, the two Windows operating systems preferred by users to date..
Other tablets codenamed Gallo, Sterling, Opus One and Silver Oak are expected to run Google's Honeycomb. The expected launch dates are between April of this and the first quarter of 2012. Gallo is a 10-inch tablet and Sterling is a 7-inch tablet, expected to be released in April and October, respectively. Meanwhile Opus One and Sliver Oak are to feature 5- and 7-inch displays, respectively. They are probably to be launched by the end of March.
The smartphone lineup includes a Windows Phone 7-based model, as well as two with the Android 2.4, or Ice Cream operating system, with new hardware features. Dell has already brought out Venue and Windows Phone 7-based Venue Pro smartphones which are expected to receive major upgrades in the near future.
The chart showed new tablets like Wrigley, which is expected to succeed the Venue Pro with a QWERTY slide-out keyboard. And it packs a 4-inch WVGA (800x480) screen, Windows Phone 7 Next Gen OS, 1GHz CPU and 8 megapixel camera recording 720p HD video.
The other smartphone is named Hancock. It will come with 4-inch qHD 960x540 touchscreen, a dual-core processor, Android's Ice Cream and an 8 megapixel camera that can record 1080p HD video along with a 1.3 megapixel front camera.
The last smartphone shown on the table is Millennium which has a dual-core CPU, Android Ice Cream OS, a 4.3-inch qHD 960x540 display, DLNA certification, an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording and a front facing VGA camera.
Wrigley is going to arrive in August and Hancock is due on September, whereas Millennium is scheduled to arrive on October. When these smartphones are rolled out, they will have to compete with Motorola's Atrix, the Droid Bionic, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Inspire and Samsung Infuse, which were introduced at the 2011 CES.