Samsung is at it again. This time The Company has released its Galaxy player to the market. The Galaxy devices which come in two versions (Galaxy player 5.0 and Galaxy player 4.0) are seen to be mini-tablets. The Samsung Galaxy Player is not a smart phone but a handheld computer which is designed for folks that desire to watch movies, play games, have access to the internet, or perhaps read their mails on a small Android based device that does not require monthly contract.
Both versions – Galaxy player 4 and 5 appear to be a double answer to the iPod touch. They almost look like an Android smart phone, but they lack the phone component i.e. iPod touch. A web freak who owns a phone, but also desires all forms of Android can have a look at this ones since he does not need to sign on contractual term.
The Samsung Galaxy 4.0 and 5.0 have some few notable differences. The most conspicuous difference between the both of them is the size. The Galaxy Player 5.0 has a 5-inch WVGA TFT LCD display (800×480) touch screen, while the Galaxy Player has a 4 inch WVGA Super Clear LCD display. Interestingly, these two versions can be gotten in stores at the moment as it is currently in the U.S stores.
It might interest you to know that, the Samsung Galaxy is being powered by Android OS 2.3.5 (Gingerbread), with a version of the TouchWiz user interface placed on top. It grants users the access to Google’s Android market for apps. Features of this model are as follows, 1GHz Samsung processors, 512MB of RAM; it is backed up with microSD card slots with support for up to 32GB microSD cards and dual cameras. Mere looking at the Samsung Galaxy Player, one will discover front- facing camera which implies that it can used to make video calls over a Wi-Fi connection. A rear camera is attached to the model for photography.