iRiver might not be that huge outside of Korea, but they certainly have enough domestic momentum going for the company back home, with someone having managed to snag a couple of images for iRiver’s maiden Android-powered smartphone, the I-L1 (or iRiver Vanilla if that’s far more memorable), and the new Android-powered tablet known as the iRiver TAB, or ILT-MX100 if you so prefer model numbers.

The iRiver Vanilla will sport a 3.5” WVGA LCD display which is smaller than what most smartphones do have these days, while the 600MHz/800MHz CPU isn’t exactly a modern speed demon, alongside Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS navigation and DMB support to clearly place this in the mid-range segment. 

As for the iRiver TAB, this model will take on the 7″ form factor alongside 3G connectivity, DMB support, a 5-megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity and 16GB of internal memory – too bad it too, runs on Android 2.2 Froyo. Hopefully a software update will come soon. No idea on pricing, but it seems that they will be released sooner rather than later.

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