Samsung Galaxy Player Video
Samsung Galaxy Player Video Transcript
-Hey everyone, I'm Jessica Dolcourt for CNET here in CTIA in San Diego; and this guy is the Samsung Galaxy player. So, this is a WiFi only device, which basically means that it is a Galaxy phone without the phone. It has got 8 gigabytes of internal memory, but it also has a micro SD card slot that takes up to 32 gigabytes of extra memory. It comes in 5-inch and 4-inch versions, so even though you're not gonna be able to make phone calls on this, there's still a lot that you can do. It still has almost everything. It's got Gmail. It's got YouTube, all the Google services. There's a camera. It's a 3-megapixel camera on it. You can do video. There's a music player, the works, so it really is a phone without the phone capabilities. The 5 and 4-inch versions are gonna be available on October 16th at Best Buy. The 5-inch version will cost $270 and the 4-inch version will cost $230. So again, this is the Samsung Galaxy player and you can get it at Best Buy very, very soon. I'm Jessica Dolcourt. You're watching cnet.com.
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