Samsung’s New Galaxy Devices Receive Pricing And Availability

Samsung is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to launching handsets and Galaxy players despite how huge their lineup already is.  Samsung’s aim and goal is to reach a wide array of customers by offering as many options as possible to the consumer.  This is includes a wide variety of price ranges as well.  Check out the devices and full specs below and feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below.


Galaxy Player 3.6

  • Available at Best Buy
  • 3.65-inch HVGA display
  • 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU
  • 2 meg rear facing camera
  • VGA front-facing camera
  • 8GB of internal storage
  • expandable to 40GB’s
  • Gingerbread 2.3
  • WiFi Only
  • $149.99 price tag  
Galaxy Player 4.2
  • 4.2-inch WVGA display
  • 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU
  • 8GB of internal storage
  • Expandable to 40GB
  • SoundAlive audio enhancement engine on-board
  • Gingerbread 2.3
  • TouchWiz UI Overlay
  • Pre-orders May 4th, launching on May 13th for $199.99
  • 7-inch 1024 x 600 display
  • 8GB of internal storage
  • Expandable to 40GB or 50GB of free Dropbox storage for 1 year
  • Dual-core 1GHz CPU
  • Android 4.0 ICS
  • TouchWiz UI
  • Launching April 22nd for $249.99, Pre-orders begin April 12th
  • 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 display
  • Dual-core 1GHz CPU
  • 16GB of internal storage
  • Micro SDHC support
  • 50GB of free Dropbox storage for 1 year
  • 3 meg rear camera
  • VGA front-facing camera
  • ICS 4.0
  • TouchWiz UI
  • Built-in IR blaster & Samsung remote software for HDTV
  • Pre-orders May 4th, launching May 13th for $399.99
source: BGR




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  • Samsung’s continuous release of their smartphones and tablet is a bit overwhelming for me as I am finding it hard to choose what to purchase.