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Philips has unwrapped what its "first" Android-based media player.

The GoGear Connect sports a 3.2in touchscreen and contains 16GB of content storage - you can add more by inserting a Micro SD card.

Philips GoGear Connect

The 113 x 13 x 59mm, 128g player has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and can stream music and share files, Philips said.

There's even a camera on the back, of unspecified megapixelage.

It'll ship with noise-cancelling earphones, and the price to you, dear reader, will be around €249 (£205) when the Connect ships in Europe and the UK in October. ®

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