Samsung debuts Android MP3 player

Samsung claims it has launched the world's first Android powered MP3 device allowing users to access their music plus a lot of apps.

The Galaxy Player 50 boasts a 3.2inch touch screen, 2MP camera plus Wi-Fi and GPS, arguably making it comparable to Apple's iPod Touch entertainment player. Powered by Android 2.1, it offers access to the Android Market.

Samsung said its new MP3 player is available to pre-order from Amazon, Play and Argos for £149RRP.


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