As reported, the device appears to function identically to the Samsung Galaxy S (save cellular capabilities of course). A promo showing off the Galaxy Player's features really makes it look like this could be a well-developed Android answer the iPhone-iPod Touch duo.
And it appears that the Android media players are going to be less expensive than the latest-generation iPod touch. The 8GB is listed at about $234; the 16GB is about $280. Check out the video and a more thorough list of the specs below.
- 3.2-inch display
- MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, WMA, OGG, AMR audio compatibility
- MPEG4/H.264/H.263/WMV/DivX/Xvid video compatibility
- Utilizes SoundAlive technology
- 30 hours of audio/5 hours of video battery capacity
- Expandable micro SD and changeable battery
So if anyone planning on getting an iPod; Hold On.. this looks like a game changer...