Samsung may have inadvertently revealed three of its upcoming products when they released their Samsung Mobile Unpacked teaser app on Android Market. The app is meant to reveal Samsung news and events as they develop at next week's IFA 2011, which is the largest consumer electronics show in Europe and takes place in Berlin, Germany from September 2 to 7.
The app delivers exclusive early access news on Samsung's events and locations for IFA, including official press releases and even the ability to stream live video of the major Samsung press events. A tipster of Thisismynext, dug around the app's APK and discovered three logo images for a Galaxy Tab 7.7, a Galaxy Note, and a Wave 3.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet isn't a surprise since it makes sense that Samsung would follow up its Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 tablets and it will most certainly run a version of Android Honeycomb. The Wave 3 is expected to be a smartphone running Samsung's latest Bada OS, and we've seen teaser video for it in recent weeks. However, the Galaxy Note doesn't lend any clues as to what device it could be. Perhaps, another tablet of some sort? Let us know if you have any guesses.