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Cowon launches Android-based D3 Plenue PMP

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 28 Dec 2010 20:43 User comments (2)

Cowon launches Android-based D3 Plenue PMP Cowon has launched their D3 Plenue portable media player (PMP) this week, featuring Android.
The D3 runs on Android 2.1, has a 3.7-inch AMOLED display, and a 800x480 resolution.

Cowon's latest also includes Bluetooth 2.1,WLAN 802.11 b/g, a gravity sensor, vibration feedback, terrestrial DMB, FM Radio, E-Book, Photo Album, vocabulary, Twitter and other apps.

While the company promises apps, it is unclear if D3 owners will ever get access to the 100,000-deep Android Market library.

The D3 will be available in purple or black in 8GB, 16GB or 32GB models, each with a MicroSD slot.

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2 user comments

129.12.2010 1:15


If Cowon could make an Android cellphone with it's Jet Effects and BBE+, I think I would legit die! I love my S9 :D

*Paired with my Denon DN-HP700s and Fischer Audio DBA-02s, of course :)

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230.12.2010 14:40

No thanks, it would have to have 64gb internal memory, android 2.2 at least, a bigger screen and not sure if it has bluetooth but that would be required too for me to even consider it.

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