Next Samsung Galaxy Player waits to be announced

Next Samsung Galaxy Player waits to be announced

At the 2012 IFA event we are expecting to get, among other things, an announcement for a new Samsung Galaxy Player.  You can see from the image above that the design for the next model closely resembles  Samsung’s current flagship, the Galaxy S III.

This Galaxy Player is shown as having a very big 5.8-inch display, a dual-core 1GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, and other bells and whistles designed to offer top-notch media performance.  The unnamed device will come with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich as well as Samsung’s TouchWiz Motion UX.  Look for these to arrive in either black or white at a retailer near you.

So what do you think about this exciting new media player? Is it gonna throw the iPod out the window or just be yet another Samsung Media Player? Let us know in the comments below!

Source PocketDroid

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  1. Abhinav
    August 17, 14:59 Reply

    looks good :) could easily threaten Ipod Touch 😀 but comes down to the pricing.

  2. David
    August 17, 20:42 Reply

    These devices are making it more and more tempting to dump smartphone cell service bills and just get a tracfone and use something like this for android needs….. the only thing this devices is lacking really is a better resolution screen.

  3. Sangkath Sandara
    August 20, 08:13 Reply

    I can’t wait for this to be release so i can replace my Zune HD which I love dearly..

  4. Maggie
    September 09, 02:15 Reply

    Ipods suck. I love my Galaxy player 5. Now i am swimming through the app choices. Yukon Gold is the best ever. Find me a free easy to use ad free app locker/launcher.

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