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Without saying a word, Samsung has added a new MP3 player to its website.

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Samsung's Q2 MP3

Measuring a diminutive 49 x 101 x 10mm, the 209g Q2 has a 2.4in, 320 x 240 display and 16GB of Flash storage. That may constrain some music fans, especially since the Q2 doesn’t have a memory card slot.

In addition to MP3, the Q2 also supports WMA audio files and can display WMV and MPEG 4 videos. Still images can also be viewed on the display.

FM radio reception and recording are both provided by the Q2, while game mode should keep you entertained when outside Radio One’s broadcasting range.

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'Black or white, sir?'

Samsung hasn’t named a launch date or price yet, but the Q2 will be available in a black or white body. ®

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