There’s not been much of anything in the way of news for the Samsung Galaxy Player (YP-G50) since it’s first being announced at the IFA. Now they’ve got a super lovely shiny new video! This will be the first media player powered on Android OS, and sources say it’ll be released quite soon, more than likely within a month.

YP-G50 runs on Android 2.1 OS and features 3.2-inch screen, microSD card slot, GPS, SoundAlive, 2MP camera, DLNA, Wi-Fi, 8 or 16GB internal memory, DivX support and FM Radio. Watch the video to see all this everloving magic in motion.[/youtube]

[Via SamsungHub]

  • droddy76

    Samsung doesn’t seem to hurry with introducing this player on the market. Why is that? Of course, it seems like a good (and I hope cheaper option) for iPod Touch. In fact, really nice that is has Micro-SD slot for extending memory – it gives away opportunity to put more music and video files without any problems, and you don’t need to use any applications for that!

  • damol

    I was thinking exactly the same that are not really hurrying to launch iPod touch killer or something like this! At the beginning of January they will introduce their GB1 player – a Samsung Galaxy S but without cellphone module. Seem like a ncie beginning, but they should hurry with entering the market with it if it is THAT good as people say))) Time is money!))

  • formaliN

    The size of the screen leaves much to be desired – it could be 4 inches! With 16 mln colors it is absolutely not enough compare to its screen resolution. So far it seems like a nice new pmp with all functions imaginable, including Wi-Fi and camera! I am definitely interested in it. its just a first player on Android, I am sure this year will see lots of them!)) And Samsung is going to lead this trend in consumer electronics)