updated 05:00 pm EDT, Tue August 10, 2010
Samsung Android tablet and NX100 due at IFA
An anonymous Samsung executive claimed today that the IFA show in Germany should see unveilings for two of its most important devices of the year. The September 3 expo should see at least Samsung's first touch-only tablet, the Galaxy Tab. The JoongAng Daily contacts also hinted at the newest interchangeable lens cameras being present, which could include the NX100 as well as the NX5 and NX10.
Officially, Samsung has revealed little of the tablet and has only acknowledged that it runs a version of Android with its TouchWiz 3 interface and should be unveiled by the end of summer. Leaks have pointed to a seven-inch AMOLED device with front and back cameras and 16GB of storage. It may come with Android 2.2 as Galaxy S phones should be getting the upgrade at about the same time.
The NX100 is set to be a competitor against smaller mirrorless, interchangeable lens cameras and would have a compact body with the same lens mounts as larger NX versions. [via OLED-Display]