While the Samsung's Galaxy range continues from the Galaxy Apollo and Europa to the feature-packed Galaxy S II, and the new Galaxy Tab 10.1. The comapny said to be planning to show off a new device at the IFA show in Berlin in the first week of September that skirts the gap between a traditional smartphone and a tablet.
According to details leaked about the devices, the device is called "Galaxy Q" -- Stretching the definition of "mobile phone" to its limits - and slotting in between the 4.5-inch Infuse 4G and Galaxy Tab 7 - the new device is believed to have a huge 5.3-inch display, somewhat blurring the lines between phone and tablet. Expect the display to be of the Super AMOLED Plus variety and be set in an ultra-slim form factor.
Yahoo News Korea reports that the Q will come in 3G/WCDMA and 4G/LTE versions.
The absence of "Tab" in favour of the "Q" designation suggests that Samsung will be placing the Galaxy Q as a stepping stone between the smartphone and a tablet. The larger screen will make it easier for people that use their smartphone for navigation, gaming, and viewing video easier for sure.
What version of Android this beast will be packing, is also now know at this moment, but it could be a perfect candidate for Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0), due to be released later this year.
[Via: Android Community]