Samsung has finally officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the first seven inch Android-toting rival to the iPad.
A short teaser video has appeared on the dedicated Galaxy Tab website confirming the name of the new Android-powered tablet and revealing a few headline-grabbing features.
The video shows Swype text entry, applications galore and talks up HD video watching, e-book reading, augmented reality and video chatting.
This means the screen is likely to be as high resolution as the iPad, if not sharper as Samsung attempts to create a decent tablet rival to Apple while still undercutting it on cost.
The seven inch screen size is also confirmed, as is the European launch date: 2 September at IFA 2010.
We're excited to see more information about the Samsung Galaxy Tab - namely a UK release date, and more importantly, a UK price - but TechRadar will be there at ground zero in Berlin as we bring you one of the first hands on reviews of the new device.