That mysterious September 1 event that Samsung has teased us with last week is not so mysterious anymore, as details about what is going to happen there have now appeared on the web – reportedly, the image seen below is hidden in Samsung Mobile’s Unpacked Android app (get it here).
It looks like the South Korea company will unveil no less than three new products during said event. These are: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, Samsung Wave 3, and Samsung Galaxy Note.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is likely the successor to Samsung’s very first Tab (which has a 7.0 inch display). This new Tab 7.7 should feature a 7.7 inch screen (duh!) and Android Honeycomb.
The Wave 3 can’t be anything else than Samsung’s newest Bada-based flagship phone. Apart from the fact that it will run Bada 2.0 (SDK released today), we don’t really know anything about it.
I’m not sure what the Samsung Galaxy Note should be. A new Android smartphone? Maybe, but why doesn’t it have a name to correspond to the company’s new naming scheme? A tablet? Why isn’t “Tab” included in its moniker then? See, there’s no way to tell what this is. But September 1 is next Thursday, so at least we don’t have to wait too long until we find out.
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