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Adding to its line-up of Galaxy Player personal media players, Samsung has today announced the Galaxy Player 70 Plus for the Korean Market. The Player 70 Plus is a 5-inch device powered by a 1GHz dual-core CPU, running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Samsung's TouchWiz UI. Other specs include a WVGA (800x480) TFT LCD display, microSD card and Wifi support, a 5-megapixel camera and a hefty 2500mAh battery. It also has the ability to receive Korean terrestrial TV transmissions broadcast over T-DMB.

Like just about every PMP released these days, it packs fairly up-to-date smartphone tech without the ability to make calls or use cellular data (and the associated monthly bill). The Galaxy Player 70 Plus will retail for 399,000 won (~$350) with 16GB of storage, or 469,000 won (~$410) with 32GB. Head over to the source link for the full press release (in Korean), along with pictures of people who are cooler than you enjoying the Galaxy Player 70 Plus.

Source: Samsung Tomorrow; via: UnwiredView

 
There are 5 comments

jean15paul says:

By the end of the year 75% of all android deviced will be Samsung devices that will never see an update. They are releasing WAY TOO MUCH stuff.

(edit: sorry, I've stepped away from the soapbox, now)

Why is this even news?

mr nruz says:

yup toooooo many devices. they need to stop

Chocoburger says:

lol, Gingerbread. That's cute. That's Samsung.

mhmmdy123 says:

Let's go to HTC .