Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus the iPod Touch alternative
Samsung has launched the Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus. It’s a 5-inch media player for listening to your music and peeping your favourite flicks on-the-go, offering up to 32GB of storage, web browsing skills and a nippy dual-core processor. Is it a possible iPod Touch alternative?
The Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus is a white-styled device that has just launched over in South Korea. Samsung says the device is an improvement on performance on its previous players. A spec bump that includes a dual-core 1GHz processor should ensure that it is at least much quicker, and feels much smoother to navigate around.
The Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus can also count upon a 5-megapixel camera and up to 32GB of onboard memory. The Samsung Galaxy Player 70 Plus would of course have to be competitively priced. Especially given the growing use of smartphones as a media playing substitute.
A 16GB version is available, with prices starting from around $357 (£226). An Apple iPod Touch starts at £169 for the 8GB model, £249 for 32GB and £329 for its monster 64GB offering.
There’s no word yet on whether the Samsung Galaxy Player 7- Plus will make it from South Korea to UK shores, but we’ll let you know as soon as we do.