Samsung Galaxy Player 5.8 Spotted: New Media Player With 5.8-Inch Screen And Android ICS On its Way

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    Samsung Galaxy Player 5.8 Spotted: New Media Player With 5.8-Inch Screen And Android ICS On its Way

    As the IFA 2012 is drawing closer, there seems to be tonnes of rumors of what to expect from the manufacturers and also what not to expect. When it comes to Samsung, tech enthusiasts can expect one more device, except for Galaxy Note 2. According to reports, the South Korean giants is also planning to unveil a new media player at the upcoming event.

     

    This can be said as SamMobile has leaked information and images of a huge 5.8-inch screen Samsung Galaxy Player which is coming up with some mid-range specs and not so costly price tag.

    The new Galaxy player is reportedly suggested to sport a massive 5.8 inch qHD display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. It will be equipped with a dual core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB DDR2 RAM and a micro SD card slot, which supports up to 32 GB.

    The device will measure 165.8 x 85.9 x 10.8 mm in dimension and weigh 223 grams. Furthermore, it will have a 3MP main camera and a VGA front camera. The new Galaxy Player will run on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, which is topped with the TouchWIZ UI.

    The other expected features of the new Galaxy Player are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, 2500 mAh Li-ion battery, gyro sensor and FM Radio. The device is rumored to come in White and Black color options.

    Moreover, the new Galaxy Player will be the first media player to run on Android ICS, as the previous Galaxy Players came with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.

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