While any trade show is about the major players, especially when they unveil their latest and greatest devices, one of the best things about the shows is to find the hidden surprises. There’s a lot going on at these shows, so finding something worthwhile doesn’t always happen. Fortunately for Medion, the company’s upcoming Android-powered tablet device didn’t go without some notice.
The company’s tablet is called the LifeTab P9514, and it’s no slouch in the features (or weight department, either). The tablet will feature a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 32GB of built-in memory, and a capacitive multitouch display with a resolution of 1280×800. It will run Android 3.2 right out of the box, and it features microUSB, HDMI, and microSD ports. It will promote quad-band 3G, as well as WiFi-connectivity.
As for the smartphone, which is pictured below, there’s not much information to pass around. It will reportedly feature a 4.3-inch display, and there’s a 5MP camera around the back. It will also launch with Medion’s GoPal satellite navigation application, for those who like to go exploring. Both of these Android devices from Medion are supposed to launch some time in the fourth quarter of this year, but no exact dates were provided, and no word on pricing quite yet. As of right now, it looks destined only for the European region.