The Samsung P2 is an eye-satisfying upgrade to the Samsung product offering of mp3 players. It has smooth, complex, round edges, is truly lightweight, and has a dark polished completion that is reminiscent of a fantastic piano. The sound quality is superb, particularly contrasted with likewise evaluated mp3 players available. The battery life differs relying upon the amount you use the touch screen interface, yet by and large you can anticipate that twenty will thirty hours of utilization.
Execution of the P2 Interface is Fabulous:
I was somewhat hesitant to buy a touch screen mp3 player, as I by and large want to press physical catches, yet the execution of the P2 interface is fabulous, and I must let it be known has won me over. One thing I may say, however, is that when propelling the screen starting with one then onto the next, you need to swipe it from right to left, which appears a bit unreasonable.
Highlight can be Engaged or Crippled:
With the producer’s default settings, you make a round movement on the screen to experience the menu, which can be a bit dreary, in spite of the fact that it appears like a fun highlight at first. Thankfully, this element can be handicapped, giving you a chance to utilize a more utilitarian framework menu.
Sound Player is Sublime:
The elements of the P2’s sound player are eminent, in spite of the fact that it can be troublesome getting it to match up with Winamp 5.5. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you utilize Windows Media Player to match up your P2, it ought to work incredible. The P2 will adjust your playlists with no issues, and is additionally
incredible about perceiving collections when they are replicated specifically like a mass stockpiling gadget. The incorporated player capacities are finished with an adaptive equalizer that has a few presets and a clarity agent. The range analyzer, collection craftsmanship, and track data are awesome augmentations, however, it would have been pleasant if the preset light shows followed by the music. I consider that to be a minor defect, however, and it doesn’t generally diminish the experience all that much by any stretch of the imagination.