Samsung starts selling the S Pebble in South Korea for $70

October 22, 2012
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Are you still waiting for Samsung to release the S Pebble, the music companion accessory that was introduced alongside the Galaxy S3 back in May? It may have taken the company six months, but the diminutive music player finally goes for sale … in South Korea.

Save for the interesting look, the S Pebble is as simple as it gets. It boasts 4GB of internal memory, supports MP3, WMA, OGG, and FLAC files, and should be good to keep you company for up to 17 hours. With no WiFi or Bluetooth, transferring music from your Galaxy S3 can be done via the provided micro-USB cable that plugs into the device’s headphone jack. Samsung has also provided an extra cable if you want to hook it up to your PC.

The S Pebble YP-W1 MP3 player comes in matching colors to its smartphone host, the Galaxy S3. This means you can get the device in either Pebble Blue or Marble White. The tiny music player only weighs 13.7g and measures 32.5 x 43.2 x 13.2mm.

Those planning to fly to South Korea to get the S Pebble will have to cough up 79,000 Won ($70). There’s still no information about its release date elsewhere. Interested?

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