Android media players are slowly making their way into the market. These devices, coming from manufacturers like Samsung and Sony, are not to be underestimated. In terms of audio quality, speed and battery life an Android running media player has more to offer then a smartphone.
Sony unveiled their most recent offering for the media player market. The Sony F800 is an Android ICS, Web-enabled device that has a lot to offer. It has Wi-Fi, and an email client, maps and media apps come pre-installed. The screen is 3.5-inches in diagonal and Sony promises that the devices have plenty of processing power for smooth response. Inside we find the proprietary S-Master MX Digital Amplifier technology and an integrated xLoud speaker system. It will come in 8 to 32GB internal storage capacities.
The F800 will be available starting in August (next month), and the 16GB version will start at $269.99, with 32GB costing $299.99. It seems a high price tag for such device and we hope the price will offer a high quality premium Android Media Player.