Media at the palm of your hands

Although we spotted it at last year's Mobile World Congress, the Samsung Galaxy Player is a contender for the iPod touch.


With its 4.2-inch, 800x480p screen, the appropriately named Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 media player has a body like a mobile phone, but comes with no data connection. Its WiFi ability let's you roam the Internet, without the network fee.

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Speakers on top

To increase its music listening experience, Samsung placed the speakers on the front of the device, so users can place the screen right side up.
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Comparing it to its counterpart

Although the Player 4.2 shares the same camera, memory, and CPU specs, it has a larger resolution and a gyro sensor.
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Not the greatest of cameras

The Player 4.2 has a VGA front-facing camera and will be available for pre-order on May 4, and will come in black and white.
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Skimpy on the megapixels

The rear-facing camera has only 2-megapixels, but it is equipped with three games, including an ad-free version of Angry Birds.
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Ready to rock

The Galaxy Player 4.2 will be available in stores on May 13 for $199.99.
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