A convincing image has emerged of a new Android-based Samsung portable media player called the YP-MB2, capable of music, video, web browsing, FM radio, photos, and compatibility with the Android App Market.
This sporty player includes a heart-rate monitor that's too unsophisticated and unreliable, so we have to say nope to the otherwise fine Yepp.
Samsung's YEPP YH-820MC isn't quite as slick as the iPod Mini, but it's smaller and offers features that the Apple player lacks, such as recording capabilities and a photo-friendly display.
This MP3 player packs in every feature in the book, including a 2-megapixel camera.
Samsung's Korean Web site has unveiled details on an upcoming YEPP-M1 portable media player with similar specs to the Microsoft Zune HD.
CNET Radio's Brian Cooley talks with Samsung's Mark Farish about the Yepp 900, a new digital audio player that stores up to 2,000 songs or 10GB of music.
Despite some minor issues, the simple but feature-friendly YP-U2 from Samsung will be a hot seller, thanks to a sweet price and great overall sound quality. It's a good choice for budget-minded users looking for their first MP3 player.
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