While we were at IFA 2011 this year we saw plenty of good stuff and you can see all that here. Next up is news regarding more Android toys for everyone to enjoy. We now have details regarding new Android offerings from Medion, they will be unleashing both an Android tablet and smartphone later this year.
First up is the Medion LifeTab, this will be the usual NVIDIA Tegra 2 powered dual-core Android tablet running with a 10.1" display, 3.2 Honeycomb, 1GB of RAM. Not only that but we are also hearing it will weigh in at just 720 grams and come in either a 16GB or 32GB flavor. We don't know much else on the Lifetab or were able to get a hold of any photos but it is coming, and looks good.
Next up is the Medion Android Smartphone. Shown above it has a very similar design, will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and be rocking a increasingly more popular 4.3" display and 5MP camera on the rear. We can clearly see 3 hardware buttons below for navigation but sadly no front facing camera. Specs regarding processor type and speed were not yet available but both of these devices should be ready sometime in Q4. We always welcome more options to the world of Android and these upcoming devices from Medion look quite nice. Hopefully we will be seeing more soon.