Samsung YP-MB2 rumors have been making the rounds for a few weeks. This device looks an awful lot like an Android powered smartphone — but without the phone. It’s basically a portable media player with the ability to run Android apps — sort of like an Android powered iPod touch. While Samsung hasn’t officially announced the product yet, it’s been spotted in the wild as you can see in the blurrycam video below.
While rumors surrounding the possible iPod touch competitor have swirled for weeks, all we knew for sure was that it was a GPS and WiFi-capable Android 2.1 MID with a four-inch Super AMOLED screen. Now, it looks like it could be everything we wanted in a PMP and capable of decoding DivX, XviD, OGG and FLAC with that 1GHz Hummingbird processor.
You can check out the video below. The folks at Engadget also spotted a product listing for the Samsung YP-MB2 at a Korean shopping site, although there’s no price or release date yet… just a “coming soon” message.