Samsung Galaxy Player

Samsung Galaxy Player II spotted in benchmarks

Yesterday the folks from Samsung announced their first of many new tablets coming this year with the Galaxy Tab 3, but that isn't all we can expect to hit the shelves later this year. Apparently the not too popular Galaxy Player series will be getting revamped. Hopefully this time they have some better specs to compete more directly with the iPod Touch.

Samsung Galaxy Muse player finally for sale in the USA

Say hello to the smallest Samsung Galaxy Player ever. Previously known internationally as the Samsung Pebble, today Samsung has listed up for sale the newly renamed Pebble as the Galaxy Muse media player for the USA. What makes the Muse special is the way in which it pairs nicely with multiple Samsung Galaxy devices for easily listening or transferring of music.

Samsung S Pebble music player coming to the US

When Samsung announced their extremely popular Galaxy S III flagship smartphone earlier this year, along with it was a neat little music player. It was called the Samsung S Pebble, came in the same Pebble Blue color option, and obviously was shaped like a little stone. It has been for sale internationally but new details are now confirming the tiny little media player is headed to the US.

Samsung Galaxy Player 5.8 details and picture leaks

Samsung seems dead set on releasing a tablet or Galaxy Player in every size imaginable. Recently some new rumors have suggested they are prepping another odd sized 5.8-inch Samsung Galaxy Player -- or small tablet if you will. Today however we now have a detailed spec sheet and image of the device. A fine blend between their music players, and the Galaxy S III.

Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 Review

Samsung has continued its push of Android WiFi devices for the media consumption crowd with their all-new Galaxy Player 4.2 iPod rival. The Galaxy Player 4.2 aims to take on media players of all shapes and sizes coming with great specs, a large screen, impressive sound output and more all for a low price. This is everything a high quality Samsung smartphone is, only without the phone parts. Read on for our full review and conclusion.

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Review

Samsung isn't content with dominating the world of Android smartphones and tablets: they want the nebulous portable media player market as well. And more power to them, since they seem to be the only ones who do want it. Their Galaxy Player series is now in its third generation, and while the Galaxy Player 3.6 isn't anywhere near as capacious as the 5-inch version we reviews late last year, it's still got its fair share of charms. How does Samsung's latest phone-without-a-phone stack up? Let's find out.

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Unboxing and Hands-on

The new breed of Samsung's line of wifi-only handheld smart devices is here with the Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6, a much thinner and moderately sized version of what we saw several months ago in the Galaxy Player 5.0. This device works with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a single-core Cortex A8 1GHz processor, and has Bluetooth 3.0. This device is meant to work with you offline for the most part when you're out and about, then via wifi for awesome media connectedness when you're at home.

Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus updates the 5-inch PMP

Another day, another Android announcement from Samsung. This time it's another entry in their Galaxy Player line of connected personal media players, now in its third generation. To Compliment the 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.

Samsung shows off yet another screen size with Galaxy S WiFi 4.2

I'll just come out and say it: Samsung, you have a problem. The first step towards healing is admitting that you have too many screen sizes. 3.2, 3.5, 3.7, 4.0, 4.3, 4.5, 4.65, 5.0, 5.3, 7.0, 7.7, 8.9 and 10.1-inch screens are currently on offer - and that's just in your Android line of smartphones, tablets and media players. What's that? I missed one? Oh, right - you just announced the Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 at Mobile World Congress. We want to help you, Samsung - why won't you let us help you?
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