First Look at Android 2.1 Samsung Galaxy Player [VIDEO]
Samsung shows no sign of letting up with their Android love. After a very successful rollout of their Galaxy S series phones and the upcoming release of the Galaxy Tab, Samsung appears ready to move into media players. We’ve heard rumors of an iPod Touch-like device for more than a few months now, but we’re finally getting our first look at the real deal. Called the Galaxy Player, it may be arriving stateside as early as this month (October). Specs include Android 2.1 with a 3.2-inch screen, 2-megapixel camera, FM radio, GPS, WiFi, and DivX support. Internal memory options come in 8GB or 16GB with expansion available through microSD cards. With full Android Market support, this will be a fantastic companion device at its rumored $200-$250 price point!
Hit the jump to see a video of the Galaxy Player.
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