Samsung’s expanding Galaxy seems to want to cover all inches. The company just officially announced yesterday the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, the Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0, and the Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0.
All three Android devices are already available for preorder through Samsung’s website. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will hit stores all over the U.S. starting on October 2. Two models are available: 16-gigabyte and 32-gigabyte, priced at US$469 and US$569, respectively.
The Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 and Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0, on the other hand, will reach store shelves starting on October 16. The 4.0-inch Galaxy Player costs US$229 and the 5.0-inch Player costs US$269.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is almost just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1′s smaller brother, since both Honeycomb tablets share similar specs. The Galaxy Tab 8.9 is very thin with a depth of 8.6 millimeters–just about as thin as Samsung’s blockbuster smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S II.
The Galaxy Tab 8.9 bears the following spec highlights:
Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 and Samsung Galaxy 4.0 practically have the same specs. The two portable media players only differ in screen size, physical dimensions, weight, and battery capacity.
The variety of Android devices coming up for the holidays is really a cesspool of options, especially for those who prefer to preserve their freedom to choose. What Android gadget will you spend your holiday money on?
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