It's a humpless Galaxy S I9000 with an extra speaker. Which means it's made of (win)-(hump)+(speaker). :)
Atomic Playboy says:
Finally, an iPod that isn't made by Apple! :D
Its kinda thick for a player. Don't Cha Think?
Meh... I'm not really sure I want ANOTHER device just for media... I already DON"T USE my iPod Touch because once I slapped that Seidio 3500 Battery in my EVO I haven't needed anything else to entertain me
Kyle Gibb says:
Agreed, there are a lot of people who cannot afford (or whose parents won't spring for) the expensive data plans that come with smartphones. The iPod Touch and the Zune had been the only alternatives in this space. Good to see Samsung stepping up to the plate.
My evo does it for me
awesome video. very informative...
This seems like a perfect gift for someone, just not something I would buy myself. No phone contract but all the perks of android small enough to fit in a pocket. Wi-fi calling and BAM! kick ass home phone/media player you can take anywhere!
This is pretty cool, but I'm not a fan of Samsung's custom UI. I want a stock Gingerbread Android device.
this is what i've been wanting to recommend to people to get them away from having to use itunes and an ipod touch if they just want to play games and listen to music. i was going to recommend that my nephew get an OG droid and not activate it, but i'm going to wait and see what this gets priced out at.
I hope this comes out at an affordable price. I would definitely pick one up if it does. I'm not a fan of Apple products and my Zune HD isn't cutting it for me anymore so this would perfect!!
This looks like a great product but a couple of downsides from this that I've noticed from other sites/pics: 1. No Camera flash, 2. Too thick, 3. Pricing- too expensive.
I do know the pricing on this device, but it might make more sense to buy a used Galaxy S phone and use it as a WiFi only device. That's what I did, and I love my Fascinate as a iPod touch alternative for about the same price as an iPod if not a little less.
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