Last week was the Mobile World Congress with just about every company releasing brand new technologies to bring into the mobile phone market, one of the biggest company’s do this where Samsung, who have recently decided they weren’t going to stop at the MWC and have today unveiled the Galaxy Player 70 Plus.

The new device has been built to improve upon the previous Galaxy Player 70, and offers a wide range of  impressive specifications, the biggest being it’s 1GHz dual-core processor alongside a 5 inch display, 5 megapixel rear camera, up to 32GBs of internal storage and even a DMB-TV tuner for those in Korea.

Alongside these specs the device will also be powered by Android, with a TouchWiz UI, but with all of this it defiantly isn’t cheap, coming in at $356 for the 16GB model and a further $418 for the 32GB.

What do you think? Would you buy this device?

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