Samsung Galaxy Music Now Official, 3-inch Screen Display, 512MB RAM and ICS
Adam Parnala | On 09, Oct 2012
Remember the list where we listed the Samsung android devices that will get Jelly Bean upgrade? If you have a keen eye, then you should have noticed that there is one unknown smartphone there that’s named as Samsung Galaxy Music. Oh well, if you haven’t noticed it, it’s now official folks. Check out the details below.
The Samsung Galaxy Music, though pretty much looked like to be in the low-end level of Sammy’s android line-up, it will surprisingly get a Jelly Bean update unlike other earlier device. The Galaxy Music will have a 3-inch QVGA 240×320 screen display and will run Android Ice Cream Sandwich straight out of the box. There are no details yet on the processor but we hope that it will be 1GHz so that it will be a good complement to the 512MB of RAM. And if that happens, Samsung will eventually get tons of complaints from people who recently bought the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Pocket.
The usual connectivity features of smartphones are present in this device as well. It has 3G/HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi tethering, and Bluetooth. The camera packs a 3MP shooter to take pictures. An integrated FM antenna is also included together with two speakers in front which will help produce loud music. The Galaxy Music comes with a 4GB of internal storage and is expandable via a microSD card.
These leaks and rumors were getting more and more accurate which inflates our hopes in seeing the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini which is said to be nearing its launch this October 11th.
The Samsung Galaxy Music price and release date were yet to be announced so we’ll have to wait for that. What do you think is the ideal price for the Samsung Galaxy Music?