Samsung’s Unpacked App Reveals Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Note

Samsung has unwittingly revealed 3 new devices that it plans to announce at IFA next week. These were discovered when one Android fan went poking around the APK of Samsung’s Unpacked app and found logos of the new devices. The new devices are the Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Wave 3, but we’re not particularly interested in the latter as it will run Bada OS. The Tab 7.7 will obviously be a successor to the original Galaxy Tab with a 7.7 inch screen and probably running some version of Honeycomb, but the Note remains shrouded in mystery. With IFA just around the corner we won’t have long to wait to find out exactly what the Note is, but in the mean time why not leave your guesses in the comments below.

Source: ThisIsMyNext

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