Samsung has released two teaser videos for IFA-2011 that promise "something big" is coming during the Berlin trade whow, which kicks off on September 1st. You can check out the teaser videos embedded below.
One of the two videos shows scenes by an ocean and the second has a number of people walking around with glowing objects in their hands.
According to the report, Samsung want to introduce the P6200 next generation Android 3.0 Honeycomb Galaxy Tab with a 7 inch Super-Amoled with SVGA resolution 1024x600 Pixel at the IFA-2011. Samsung is also ready to produce Super-Amoled-HD with pentile 1280x720, a 3-megapixel camera and a 2-megapixel camera for video chats. Next step in that case is Super-Amoled-HD-Plus without pentile technology that suggest better contrast and more sharpeness.
Samsung unveiled the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab last year, so it's entirely possible that an update will be announced on September 1st. But, some of the users are also holding the glowing objects up to their heads, which means a phone announcement is also likely in store.
A recent Samsung's roadmap leak has supposedly hit the Internet recently that shows off Samsung's product launches for the end of the year which include nine Android based phones along with a Windows Phone 7 based device.