In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S Wi-Fi portable media players. In short, the Android-based devices are like the Galaxy S phones but without the cellular phone capabilities. There will be two models. The Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.0 features a 4-inch Super LCD touch screen, while the Galaxy S Wi-Fi 5.0 has a 5-inch TFT LCD. Pictured here is the 4-inch version.
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The devices have a design similar to that of the Galaxy S phones. They're thin and lightweight, but feel slightly plasticky and slick.
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Both handhelds have a rear-facing 3.2-megapixel camera and a front-facing VGA camera.
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VoIP video calls
Both devices have support for VoIP video calls over a Wi-Fi connection, and Samsung will preload them with Skype and Qik Plus.
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Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 5.0
The Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 5.0 will come in a 16GB and a 32GB version, while the Wi-Fi 4.0 will be offered in three capacities--8GB, 16GB, and 32GB.
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Both devices are running Android 2.2 (upgradeable to Android 2.3) and offer access to the Android Market.
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Music and video support
The Galaxy S Wi-Fi devices support a good range of music and video codecs, including MP3, AAC, WMA9, OGG, Flac, MPEG4, H.264, DivX, XviD, and WMV.
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The music player shown on the Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.0.