Samsung YP-GS1 Galaxy Player 3.6
Full access to Google's apps.
Good battery life.
Processor runs fine with most things.
Runs Android apps.
Excellent audio quality.
Access to lots of Android apps.
Can be used to send and receive calls over Bluetooth.
Small, low resolution screen isn't good for video.
Design is chunkier than iPod touch.
By PCWorld on June 06, 2012
Samsung's Galaxy player 3.6 provides a lower-priced, Android-powered alternative to the iPod Touch, but its screen and audio quality come up...60
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
Samsung's Galaxy Player 3.6 is that device that stands for a smartphone and also a device that has a touchscreen and is able to run applications. And it doesn't cost a...-
By Android Police on April 30, 2012
To write this device off would be unfair. With an impressive battery life and access to the whole of the Play Store, any device is going to be capable. You can't put WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, a killer battery, and access to a major mobile app store in a...-
By Phone Arena on April 27, 2012
Here’s the deal. Even though the Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 might seem like a valuable media player at $149.99, we’re a little hesitant about it because you can actually pick up some prepaid basic Android smartphones for around the same...40
By PC Mag on April 16, 2012
A budget smartphone without the phone, this low-cost media player should appeal to casual gamers and music listeners....60
By SlashGear on April 12, 2012
This device is not an iPod touch competitor. Instead it’s Samsung’s effort to bring their user interface and media-controlling prowess to the non-mobile smart device world. You’ve got no mobile data, but the rest of the Android fun is...-
By cnet on April 12, 2012
The Galaxy Player 3.6 costs $50 less than the Apple iPod Touch, but it's easy to see where Samsung cut...60
By LaptopMag on April 11, 2012
Samsung's Galaxy Player 3.6 offers easy access to Android apps along with great audio quality for $50 less than the iPod touch, but you'll need to make some...60