Galaxy S WIFI 3.6 at IFA back in September. At the time there were no plans to extend it to the United States, but it looks like they're shipping it over after all. Unfortunately, Samsung wasn't forthcoming with a price or date for the portable media player, but it shouldn't be too long before it joins the North American lineup. Previously Samsung has offered its Galaxy Player/Galaxy S WiFi series in only 4 and 5-inch versions in the United States.
Galaxy S WiFi 4.2, they're bringing out the Galaxy Player 70, a 5.0-inch refresh of their somewhat more accurately named Galaxy Player 5.0 from last year. The biggest upgrade is a dual-core 1Ghz processor, which makes it the first device in the "media player" category wit a dual-core chip.
Cowon makes some stylish and acoustically sound products, which they've lately been loading with Android. The latest is the Z2 Plenue, and no, we don't know what "Plenue" means, either. The device is on sale in South Korea now, but probably won't make it outside of Asia for a few months at the very least.
Galaxy Wi-Fi in that market, an Android-based PMP cousin to the Galaxy line of phones and tablets. A 5-inch version is on sale now, while a smaller 3.65-inch version will make its way to retailers soon.
Cowon's D3 PMP went up for pre-order, and now it's already shipping. Earlier than expected, the 3.7-inch AMOLED media player is on sale in both the UK and the US, with its JetEffect 3.0 tuning courtesy of Cowon's own CEO, Namkyu "Golden Ears" Park. Advanced MP3 Players are listing all three versions: 8GB for £219, 16GB for £239 or 32GB for £279; US shoppers can pick up the 32GB version through Amazon for $369.99 [via SlashGear]
8GB and 16GB versions, and according to the retailer will ship on January 7 2011. Although the Galaxy Player lacks 3G, instead having Bluetooth and WiFi b/g/n, it still has Android Market access. There's a 3.2-inch touchscreen and microSD card slot, along with GPS and a camera, together with Samsung's AllShare DLNA app and up to 25hrs audio playback or 5hrs video playback.
The Galaxy Player 50 creates a fast and exciting multimedia experience that fully utilizes the Android OS. With over 70,000 applications to choose from, the Galaxy Player 50 is a versatile way to organise your life and increase your productivity. Easy, fast and fun- the Galaxy player 50 offers it all. The Galaxy Player 50 takes advantage of an intuitive Android Platform that guarantees the widest, most diversified, and responsive mobile platform experience. The Galaxy player 50 features include: Diversified experience with GPS and camera Smart Alarm- Your good morning begins when you wake up to the sound of nature and a sense of dawn breaking to ease you into a new day. Daily Briefing- This is your own personal secretary, organizing and updating your information daily. You can check today’s weather, latest stock market, headline news and find out your schedule of the day, like a brief all on the single screen. Calendar and Email- When you're out, Galaxy player 50 makes you manage your schedule with calendar, and you can check and write emails in Wi-Fi area. Memo & Voice Recording- Memo and voice feature allows you to memo and send it easily. You can input text or record a meeting and send and share it with your friends easily by email. Social Network – You can talk with friends on Google Talk and if you want to install another SNS application, just download in Android Market. Google Maps Navigation- Before you make your way, Galaxy Player 50’s pre-installed navigation by Google maps with voice command provides road information like real street view, traffic situation and satellite view. Enjoy Music – It takes 1 or 2 hours to commute everyday. On the street, background music comes from Galaxy player 50. Watch Video- Just drag and play videos, no need to convert. (Support full media codec’s) ThinkFree- To review your report, you’ll organize documents by using the ThinkFree application. You can modify and edit work without the use of a laptop. Samsung remote controller- Sometimes it’s really hard to find a remote controller when you want to watch TV. With Galaxy player you can use it like a remote controller for Samsung internet enabled TV. Allshare via DNLA – When downloading movies on Galaxy Player, connect allshare via DNLA to the television. With allshare you don’t need to connect up to the TV with multiple cords.[Thanks to everybody who sent this in!]
crossing the FCC, suggesting a US release is in the works. Already on sale in Europe in 8GB and 16GB versions for some time now, the Android 2.1 PMP has a 3.2-inch 480 x 320 resistive touchscreen. There's also WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth and a microSD slot, together with a 2-megapixel camera on the rear. [via GottaBeMobile]
Cowon has outed its latest PMP, and as was rumored earlier in the year, the new Cowon D3 Plenue runs Android 2.1. Fronted by a 3.7-inch AMOLED WVGA touchscreen, the D3 Plenue has WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1, an HDMI port and a T-DMB digital TV tuner. It also has a huge list of codec support and, we're guessing, lives up to Cowon's tradition of audiophile-quality sound. Three versions will be on offer, in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities (with a microSD card slot if you want to add more) but there's no word on pricing or release dates at this stage. [gallery] [via SlashGear]
Samsung Hub, the Samsung Galaxy Player YP-GB1 runs Android 2.2 Froyo on a Super LCD display, and has WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. There's also T-DMB, SoundAlive audio-enhancing DSP and a 3.2-megapixel rear camera, along with a front-facing camera for video calls. It also gets Android Market access, despite not having 3G, along with Samsung's own appstore, and there's a microSD card slot and GPS. We're guessing there'll be more details, such as pricing, early next year. [via Gizmodo]