The YP-G50 Galaxy Player was announced back at IFA 2010, but there was no release date mentioned. It seems Samsung is ready to rival the iPods Touch because it’s shipping the first batch of YP-G50 Android-based players as we speak (at least in France, that is).
Samsung YP-G50 Galaxy Player packs 3.2-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, 2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, 8/16GB onboard storage and microSD card slot. The player supports DivX playback and runs on Android v2.1 Eclair, but there is no info whether it will get Froyo or not.
There is no official information on pricing and availability yet, but Samsung is already selling the YP-G50 Galaxy Player in France. I suppose it will become available in more countries for the holiday season.
And if you want a Galaxy S-like player instead of this, then you should wait for the official announcement and availability for the previously leaked YP-MB2 Galaxy Player.