Samsung has confirmed that it will be launching a Galaxy Wi-Fi portable media player with a 5-inch display. Back in September, it announced a 3.6-inch model at the German IFA conference in Berlin and the device, which has yet to be shipped, is set to compete with the Apple iPod Touch range.
Simon Stanford, the MD of Mobile for the company, said in a press statement: "With the Galaxy Wi-Fi we have created a device that allows consumers all the fun and freedom of our other Android Galaxy devices. Consumers can choose from thousands of exciting apps and communicate with friends using the Social Hub or even services such as Skype. The different size options mean there is something for everyone".
Both the big and small Galaxy Wi-fi will run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, come with a 1GHz SoC (of unknown stock), have either 8GB or 16GB internal storage plus a microSD card slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB 2.0.
The bigger Galaxy Wi-Fi will have a 2500mAh battery and a 3.2-megapixel camera compared to a 1500mAh one and a two-megapixel camera for its smaller sibling. The five-inch model - which should have the same WVGA screen - will cost £199 and £219 respectively.