Medion has joined a handful of other smartphone and tablet makers to unveil its forthcoming Android tablet devices and smartphones at the ongoing IFA 2011 conference hosted by Berlin.
It seems that Medion is not much interested in disclosing the details of the upcoming devices as taking snaps at the company’s booth at the conference was strictly prohibited.
Amongst the new products, stood proudly Medion’s latest venture into the Android tablet market - the Medion Lifetab P9514 powered by the Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS platform, the P9514 is a 10 inch, nice looking product. It comes with the latest Tegra 2 chip, and will be available in just one variant in terms of storage size. However, the company is yet to clarify it whether the device will belong to the 16GB category or the 32 GB one.
The device also brings along with it integrated Docs to Go, both High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and USB connectivity, in addition to UMTS/HSDPA and Wi-Fi, or even DLNA features.
Based on various sources and rumours floating all around the market, it is almost safe to assume that Medion is in no mood to launch the product anytime before the Christmas holiday season, or towards the beginning of 2012.