Aside from the Zune HD, Apple’s iPod touch doesn’t have too many competitors out there, though Samsung’s Galaxy Player (YP-GB1) might be gearing up to offer a serious challenge, similar to how the Galaxy Tab is challenging the iPad. If you’re living over in Korea, the good news is that Korean folks will be able to pre-order this Android-powered PMP from February 4th till 7th. The player itself will be available in mid-February in 8GB and 16Gb variants, priced at 399,000 Won ($355) and 459,000 Won ($409) respectively. In case you missed the earlier reports, the Galaxy Player is more or less a stripped down version of the Galaxy S phone that lacks cellular support, similar to how the iPod touch is a stripped down version of the iPhone.
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