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Samsung beefs up its Android-powered Galaxy Player family with two new additions, the Player 4.2 and 3.6. We go hands on for a closer look.
The Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 is the smaller, less expensive of Samsung's two new-generation Galaxy Players.