Samsung launches GALAXY Music smartphone

Samsung launches GALAXY Music smartphone
Today Samsung has officially unveiled an affordable Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) handset with advanced music player features and superb sound quality. What's also notable about this smartphone is its 9-lumen WVGA Projector not very unlike the one found on the more expensive Samsung Galaxy Beam.

Samsung Galaxy Music

The music-centric features of the Galaxy Music are further accented by the dual-front stereo speakers, Sound Alive, SRS, Smart Volume and the Music Hub app. Although the 3.0-inch TFT display with QVGA resolution of 240 x 320 pixels doesn't look particularly impressive, modern connectivity features such as Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and HSDPA neatly complement the offered package of this budget smartphone. The Galaxy Music is equipped with the essential MicroSD memory card slot (up to 32GB cards are supported), and music lovers will be also pleased to learn that the smartphone supports a variety of popular audio codecs including MP3, OGG, FLAC, WMA and many more. And, finally, the smartphone packs a 1,300mAh battery that, given the modest size of the screen, should deliver a very solid music playback time.

A dual-SIM version, Samsung GALAXY Music Duos, has also been made official, but the pricing and availability is still an unknown for both phones.



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