If Archos can make an Android-based home phone, so can Samsung. The Korean giant is launching its Galaxy Player PMP as a VoIP device on LG U+ under the name of Galaxy 070. As far as we can tell, this isn’t the real (DECT) phone like Archos’ 35 Smart Home Phone. Rather it’s a regular media player that relies on the Internet for calling (VoIP). We do live in the digital age and I guess soon enough pretty much any home phone in developed world will work like this…
Anyway, the Galaxy Player PMP is basically a stripped down version of the Galaxy S smartphone. It doesn’t have a cellular radio, but it does have pretty much everything else. That said, there’s a 4-inch WVGA touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera (Galaxy S’ camera counts 5 megapixels), Bluetooth 3.0, T-DMB support (for mobile TV), 8GB of internal memory and a memory card slot.
At the moment of this writing, the Samsung Galaxy 070 is already available from LG U+.