Here's the deal: It's been well-publicized that Samsung is holding an event in New York City on Monday November 8th. There's a new device set to be announced, and tongues have been wagging about what we'll see. Largely expected to be the Samsung Continuum, there's also an outside chance we'll be looking at the Nexus 2 (though hardware issues may make that unlikely). Either way, you can be sure that it's going to be super interesting. (Wait — is that the faint whiff of Gingerbread in the air? Bummer. *Sigh* Would've been a sweet aroma.)
I'll be on-hand in my old stomping grounds, AKA The Big Apple, to cover this for you. So before I hit the road, what are your questions? Your deepest (phone) desires and concerns? Wondering about hardware specs? Form factor? Want to see me do the hokey pokey with the smartphone in hand? Whatever's on your mind about this, drop me a line in the comments abajo, and I'll do my best to cover what I can while there.
And if you're particularly sweet to me, I'll even give you a shout-out on camera, to immortalize your PD username in the annals of mobile tech history. At the very least, I'll try to ambush a few reps and get some questions answered.
Samsung expects to put out 10 million Galaxy Tabs by next year, and as many as 40 million smartphones by then. Will it happen? Will this new device have them meet that finish line? Can't wait to find out.
Let the games begin! Drop your questions below.