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Samsung releases the dual-core Galaxy Player 70 Plus for the South Korean market

Following the announcement of the Galaxy WiFi 4.2 at the Mobile World Congress, Samsung is now starting to roll out the a dual-core version of it, dubbed the Galaxy Player 70. And no, it’s not a 7-incher.

For now, the device is only available for Samsung’s domestic market in South Korea, with a wider release highly probable .

The main reason for this is the media player’s DMB TV tuner working only in Korea. But back to the main specification bump at hand, which is the dual-core processor in the Galaxy Player 70. It is clocked at 1GHz and I doubt it’ll face any problems running any of the apps in the Android Market.

The other alteration in the specifications include a bigger 5-inch screen in the front and a 5MP camera at the back. To keep those power hungry parts running, the battery has grown to 2500mAh.

Pricing for the Galaxy Player 70 start at around $356 for the 16GB version and go up to $418 for the 32GB variant.

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