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Samsung announces the Galaxy S (Player) WiFi 4.2 at MWC

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In all the other MWC bombast, you might have missed that Samsung's added another member to its humble Galaxy S WiFi (Galaxy Player) PMP-lineup. This version packs a 4.2-inch WVGA (480 x 800) screen, runs Gingerbread 2.3 and has dual cameras (2-megapixels 'round back and VGA for video calls). Bluetooth 3.0, USB 2.0 and WiFI 802.11 b/g/n round out your connectivity and you'll also find it toting a 1,500mAh battery. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is bundled as standard, which is great for some illegal street-racing on the go. It'll come in 8 and 16GB variants, with the usual microSD card slot for that extra 32GB of space when required. No word on pricing or availability, but we'd imagine it won't head too far past the $250 mark.

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GAME ON WITH THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S WiFi 4.2

Spain, Barcelona – February 27, 2012 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd introduces the Galaxy S WiFi 4.2, the best of Android experiences with powerful gaming on the go. The experience is further enhanced with the device's superior SoundAlive audio system, offering great sound either through a front stereo speaker or headphones. A gyroscope sensor enables the user to control the device by moving it, providing a truly engaging and intuitive gaming experience.

The Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 is exhibited at Samsung stand (Hall 8), Mobile World Congress 2012. For multimedia content and more detailed information, please visit

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