Samsung Unveils the Galaxy Player 50: Android Based PMP
By on September 6th, 2010

Samsung plans to take on Apple with the Galaxy line of devices. Like the Samsung Galaxy S competes with the iPhone 4 and the Galaxy Tab goes up against the iPad, the newly unveiled Galaxy Player 50 goes head to head with the iPod Touch.

The Galaxy Player 50 was unveiled along with the highly anticipated Galaxy Tab at IFA 2010, Berlin.

Samsung Galaxy Player 50

The Samsung Galaxy Player is a PMP with specifications similar to the Galaxy S. It comes with Android 2.1 with the TouchWiz UI and has a 3.2 inch touchscreen display with WVGA resolution, much lower than the Galaxy S. The display is a simple TFT capacitive touchscreen, not a SuperAMOLED one.

It comes with a 2 MP camera and supports MPEG4, H.264, WMV and DivX, XviD video playback. There is a built in FM radio and 8/16 GB internal storage. It also supports microSD cards up to 32 GB. It supports Android Market and comes with Wi-Fi and GPS onboard.

It will be priced at €229 for the 8 GB version and €299 for the 16 GB version.

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  • Tomatinna

    kinda feeling they Samsung is not going to launch it – may be they are waiting until Apple make a new best-selling device?!..))) but the device itself is very nice I suppose)) the fast that is has a Wi-Fi and GPS modules is very promising)) In fact Android OS enables you to use all 200,000 available applications most of which are free. the question is if they are gonna keep the price so high there will be not so many people desire to purchase it, I think…^^

  • grov21

    it’s already the ned of January, but I still cannot find this player!! well, I saw it on amazon, but I wanny try it first so then I can decide whether to purchase this or may be not))) Wanna listen to how it plays!!

 
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