And how about cnet.com he was taking interest look at -- Samsung galaxy player four point two.
This is Samsung's. Latest attempt to take on the Apple iPod Touch with a portable media player that looks a lot like a Smart phone.
-- really isn't a Smartphone.
While those capabilities of android's running Android 2.3 point six.
Got a camera on the back.
That's a two megapixel camera can often take standard definition video.
On the front.
Got a nice four point two inch screen we've seen a lot of these -- that -- is that reviewed a lot of them over the past year.
The common complaint and cross all that is that they don't have great screen quality the resolution is pretty low.
This one finally get -- resolution right.
They finally upgraded thing to an IPF -- the great viewing angles.
Great brightness and color saturation. And -- -- this is -- thinnest ones we've seen yet you can really for people on the thinking this was the Smartphone it's very thin design.
Has removable back cover we've got a removable battery.
You can access the micro SD expansion port here if you want -- add more memory this is that of the eight gigabytes that come included.
Include an FM radio with something iPod Touch doesn't have seen it FM radio on here.
That's including games like feet -- twelve so you really -- the area your virtual soccer and it had gone out of the box.
Overall as were the best experiences I've seen looking Samsung galaxy -- products.
Not a lot -- you can already find.
On the -- and expect Android Smartphone but for those who don't want a Smartphone -- --
Your teenager can channel what you how the Smart phone this is really giving all the benefits.
Of a Smartphone without the actual annual contract and then the price a Smart 199. Dollars is good price makes me think.
The same money -- could spend that you get like I had in -- on Kindle fire tablet with a great screen as well.
You really are going -- -- that.
Smart phone pocket -- -- design -- this is really the best we've seen yet.
And 1% I think I can actually recommend products they've done pretty well.
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