Remember that could-be Android-based media player listed as a Samsung device? The Samsung YP-MB2 looked to be a mobile internet device with all the trappings of the Samsung Galaxy S, and it looks like that just might be the case. The device is now rumored to be coming to market as the Samsung Galaxy Touch, as the line of Galaxy Android phones and devices grows.
What you should be getting is what amounts to a Galaxy S sans phone connectivity, very much like the iPod Touch in relation to the iPhone. Throw in Samsung's Galaxy Tab and you have a little family of devices that almost mirrors that of Apple's. If only a company that didn't use the TouchWiz interface had beat them to it...
The Samsung Galaxy Touch is most likely dropping in August for around $330.