Video evidence of Samsung's Galaxy tablet in the wild and undergoing live testing.
Here's a sneaky video of what's purportedly Samsung's Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab. Rumored to be making an appearance at IFA Berlin in September, the tablet was spotted on a train in Australia earlier this week. One passenger, who also happened to be a part of the Electronista crowd, expressed interest in the device and began questioning the owner while slyly filming the device.
The Samsung employee couldn't give much away about the Android device he was live-testing, but we were afforded a good peek at the tablet, which appears to be about 7-inches in size and have 3G connectivity. These two specifications are in line with previous rumors, however, because the employee couldn't really talk about it, we have no way of knowing what kind of processor it's based on or how much RAM it will have.
Check out the video below to catch a glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which the Samsung staffer describes as "awesome" and "very different" to the iPad.
[Update] Samsung has released a teaser trailer that confirms Android 2.2, a 7-inch screen and a September 2 event in Berlin.