Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus is the latest entrant to the portable media player segment. With the advent of smart phones and tablets it seems like that the portable media player industry has taken a small plunge. But still there are many out there who prefer a device that is solely meant for music and not having any cellular connectivity.
This is not an ordinary music player that you may have come across in your everyday life. This device incorporates the latest in the industry and a very powerful processor in it. This is a successor to Samsungs Galaxy Player 50. It has all the proven notable features of its predecessor along with improved technical specifications.
This player has many of the design cues from Samsung Galaxy Note. At a first glance many of us will mistake the player for Samsung Galaxy Note itself. This design elements and features would appeal to a large public who wants a taste of Samsungs giant smart phone. The display used in both the devices is same and is at an amazing size of 5 inches.
Features and specifications of Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus:
- 5 inch display capacitive touch screen display
- Dual core processor
- Processor clocked at 1 GHz
- 5 mega pixel camera rear side camera
- micro SD card slot
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system
- FM radio
- 2500 mAh Battery
The 5 inch screen would be perfect for watching videos or pictures and playing games while on the move. The dual core processor makes sure that all the applications and media files run without any lag. The device has lots of connectivity options too including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB therefore sharing and accessing media files anywhere and at any time won’t be a problem.
Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus will come in two versions that differ in the memory capacity, 16GB version and the 32 GB version. The 16 GB version comes with a price tag of about Rs. 18,000/- and the 32 GB version comes with a price tag of about Rs. 21,000/-. This player will be first launched in South Korea. The availability and releasing dates in other parts of the world is not clear as for now.