Samsung to launch something new on September 1

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[video=youtube;JeWZ5AzWFgg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeWZ5AzWFgg&feature=player_embedded[/video]
 

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likely to be yet another tablet pc model :)

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though i hope it is their next big model after galaxy s ii.
 


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unlikely in september and unlikely to be announced by samsung. google announces nexus branded devices. though it would be a clever move by samsung if they launch their own edition of prime before google announces prime with similar specifications. just like galaxy s was nexus s and htc desire was nexus one. samsung is likely to have their own version of prime.interestingly enough... nexus one was announced before htc launched desire. galaxy s was already on sale when nexus s was announced. remains to be seen what happens with nexus prime. i really would hate to see samsung having their own version of prime before google launches it in the market.
 

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I also expecting they will launch samsung version of prime that is upgraded version of sgs 2 with 2.3.4But interesting to see if they target us market this time as they haven't officially the same in us market and if they announce upgraded version of sgs 2 it will definitely affect sales of sgs 2
 


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News floating around that it is 3 productsa) Wave 3 - based on Bada OSb) Samsung Galaxy 7.7 Honeycomb based Tabletc) Samsung Galaxy Note ---- ?????
 

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The specs of the Wave III will be revealed on 1st September. Even the video depicts it perfectly, as bada (means ocean) and obviously everyone knows what wave means. :D
 

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galexy note .. is new tab with bada .. not likely .. or may be something new on chrome os ...