IFA is happening next month. That’s a tradeshow in Berlin that is akin to America CES and just like CES, Samsung is organising one of its specialty “Unpacked” events at IFA. While previously there were only teasers of what Samsung will unpack next month at IFA, some eager beavers have managed to extract some revealing information from the Samsung Unpacked teaser app developed for Android devices.
Inside the app, a tipster found three logos that suggest Samsung will launch three new products — two tablets and a Bada smartphone.
The two new tablets — the Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet and the Galaxy Note — is expected to run Honeycomb and obviously the Tab 7.7 will have a 7.7-inch screen and could be a possible replacement for the long running but still popular Galaxy Tab 7. The Galaxy Note on the other hand, is not as straight forward to decipher. We’re all assuming it will be a tablet (based on the name) but nothing much is known about the device — a tablet with a stylus perhaps?
Then there’s the Wave 3. Wave is Samsung brand of phone that runs its in-house developed OS called Bada. So this new Wave smartphone will most likely be running the latest edition of the Bada OS.
The specifications and form-factor of these devices are still unknown but Samsung urges users to update the app on September 1, which is when its grand unveiling is scheduled.
If you want to keep up with the latest developments about the Samsung Unpacked event, download the Samsung Mobile Unpacked app on your Android (Android Market link here) and Honeycomb (Android Market link here) device. There’s also one customised specifically for the the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Android Market link here)