As far as Android offerings that we saw last week at IFA, the KT Spider Concept you see below is one of the coolest. This concept product is several of the things that a geek needs all rolled into one device. The phone module can be placed into a tablet, laptop, or handheld gaming device to make it what you need when you need it. It appears that the smallest of the modules is the core offering and it clips into the other sleeve products to change identity.
The hand held gaming add-on is really cool with the controllers on the side. The cool concept device was unveiled at eh show with little fanfare, which explains why it slipped past us last week. The core smartphone part has a 4.5-inch screen with 1280 x 800 resolution. The battery is a 1710mAh unit and it runs a Qualcom 1.5GHz dual core processor.
It packs in 16GB of internal storage, a full HD rear camera and a 3MP front camera. It weighs 141g and is 9.5mm thick and runs Android 2.3.4 with a custom KT UI. The netbook add on has a 10.1-inch screen and the phone goes into a slot where you normally find a touchpad. Check out the video to see a demo of the concept.