Leaked Specs for Samsung’s Galaxy S PMP

More information has surfaced about Samsung’s newest Android device–not a phone but a PMP.

According to speculation on various Korean websites, the YP-MB2 will be similar to the Galaxy S, minus phone functionality, and will retail for about $250.  Here are the specs:

  • 3MP Camera
  • Android 2.1
  • 1GHz CPU
  • 4-in. Super AMOLED display
  • Digital Compass
  • GPS
  • DMB (a system for broadcasting radio and television to phones)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Full Market access

Source: Samsung Hub

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    • Paul_Weston
      July 24, 20:44 Reply

      There are two possible reasons for that. First of all, the 3g service in Korea is a different network, and the software on the phone may utilize different amounts of bars to display signal strength. (It has been recently brought to light that certain US wireless carriers have "embellished" a little on the number of bars their service has.) OR Two, it's not a direct screenshot from a phone, rather from a ROM on a computer, which will automatically show full service running at all time.

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