Samsung will very soon reveal their new high end devices in market. The new launches will consists of a new Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Wave 3. The unpacking event will happen somewhere in Berlin on September 1 this year. The logos of the new devices were hidden in the Samsung Mobile Unpacked Application. This was shown in a website.
The new tablet from Samsung will be the updated version of Galaxy Tab 7. The newcomer will be brought into the market under the name Galaxy Tab 7.7. It will have features updated than the old Galaxy 7. Samsung Wave 3 meanwhile will be the update of the Bada OS laden Wave III. Details regarding Samsung Galaxy Note are still unavailable.
The latest tablet, Samsung Galaxy 7.7 will be the one to replace the old 7, 8.9 and 10.1 inch models. The new one as the name states obviously will have a 10.1 inch screen display. The other attributes of the display is still unclear. But it is sure to have an enhanced picture quality and high resolution. Samsung Wave 3 will sport the updated version of the refined Bada software .The Bada 2.0 software development kit is already launched. It will enable the users to do multi tasking and allows NFC and voice recognition. It is the fifth biggest smart phone platform in the whole world. The software was speculated to be made available in the three newer versions of Samsung gadgets. So there is definitely a high chance for the three devices to be the above said Samsung gadgets, but it's something yet not confirmed. Finally, the third gadget of Samsung that will have its launch will be the new Samsung Galaxy Note. There are high expectations on this one, with the specification or any other details of the device kept very confidential by Samsung.
However it's almost confirmed that, Samsung Wave 3 will run a latest Bada OS 2.0 with a Touch Wiz 4.0 user interface. It will also have an AMOLED display. Samsung Wave 3 might have a 3.65 inch HVGA display too. A 5 MP camera is provided in the rear of the phone and also a secondary camera in the front for video calling.
Hopefully further details of the devices will be revealed on the unpacking event on September 1.