When we tried to phone our mothers to tell them we've been behaving in Mobile World Congress, nothing happened. Apparently that's not an error, as despite its looks this Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.0 is a media player, not a phone. We find out more in this hands-on video.
If you take the Samsung Galaxy S smart phone and remove the phone bit, you essentially have the Galaxy S WiFi 4.0. This means you can play games, download apps and surf the Web, all without the annoyance of your boss ringing you to ask why you're at home at 11am on a Thursday. It's the same idea as Apple had with the iPod touch.
The screen is a healthy 4 inches, so there's plenty of room on there to watch your videos or play games, although it's of the LCD variety rather than the crystal-clear Super AMOLED found on its smart-phone siblings. Under the hood you'll find a 1GHz processor powering Android 2.2 Froyo, allowing you to download apps from Android Market, enjoy all kinds of widgets on your home screen and make good use of Flash in Android's excellent Web browser.
We expect to see the WiFi 4.0 hit the shops late this year, but we're not sure yet how much of your hard-earned cash Samsung will want in return.
For lots more info on the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.0 check out our full preview here.