When I came across this supposedly new digital audio player from Samsung, I swore that I’ve seen the YP-T10 before. It just looks so familiar and then it dawned on me: isn’t the YP-T10 basically the same as the Samsung YP-K3. Sure, it falls under the T-series rather than the K-series, but when you check out the layout of the touch-sensitive controls, they look pretty much identical.
In terms of specs and features, much of it reads the same as well. You still get a multimedia player that will handle the usual smattering of audio formats like MP3, WMA, and OGG, but the YP-T10 does get a leg up in a few departments. For starters, it can handle WMV video on its 2-inch screen, communicate with handsfree headphones via Bluetooth, and it’s got something called Character GUI.
Available in black, red, green or white, the Samsung YP-T10 will sell in either 2GB or 4GB flavors for $175 and $208, respectively. Korea-only, it seems.