The Samsung GALAXY S II was unveiled at Mobile World Congress, and today, the Korean manufacturer has announced the GALAXY S Wi-Fi 4.0 smart player designed to offer music, smartphone-like innovation and app experiences.
Samsung today announced the GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 smart player, the latest addition to its Android-powered GALAXY product portfolio. It features a 4-inch Super Clear LCD display and claims to offer rich smartphone-like experiences without the expense of operator contracts. The smart player also offers video communications via VoIP services and rich video and music entertainment with multi-codec support to keep you constantly entertained.
VoIP and a world of applications
The Samsung GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 smart player comes with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system. It gives users access to millions of apps, multimedia content and mobile services. With VoIP support via Skype, you can make video calls over Wi-Fi as well as free calls among Skype users. You can also access to social networking services like Twitter or Facebook, and with support for the Qik video service, you can capture and share videos with friends and family. With access to over 230,000 apps available on the Android Market, the Samsung GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 is fully customizable. It is equipped with integrated GPS that benefits users from Google’s turn-by-turn map services and directory applications.
High definition video and images
The Samsung GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 supports DivX HD, allowing high-definition video playback on the large, high-quality SuperClear LCD. It also supports for various codec standards including MPEG4, H264, DivX, XviD, WMV codecs ensures you can enjoy huge catalogues of content from all over the web.
The Samsung GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 is designed to deliver the best audio and video experience. Incorporating Samsung SoundAlive technology, it offers deeper bass and greater tone articulation and lets you listen to your favorite tracks with its built-in stereo speaker.
The Samsung GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 will be available during the first half in global markets starting from the UK.