In the upcoming CES, Samsung is planning to launch the Samsung Galaxy Player. Samsung Galaxy Player is a personal media player that runs on Android 2.2 and has front and rear cameras (3.2 MP rear camera). It would be interesting to see the performance of the rear camera of the Samsung Galaxy Player and the quality of the photos that it will produce. This device is 9.8mm thin and it will be available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB.
The said media player will be sporting a 4-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels and it’s gonna be powered by a 1GHz processor. The Galaxy Player will also support playback for HD content.
Based from these specs, the Apple iPod Touch 4th gen has better resolution since it has 960×640 pixels. In addition, Samsung does not have an option for a 64GB media player (of this model) but the memory is expandable because it has a microSD card slot.
For connectivity, it has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0. The Galaxy Player has GPS and the iPod Touch 4th gen doesn’t have a built-in GPS.
For those who are concerned about the audio quality, the said media player uses SoundAlive audio enchancing technology. SoundAlive is also a Samsung technology.
It’s interesting to see if the Galaxy Player will slow down the sales of the iPod Touch. What do you think?