If you can’t live without music and you want to own something that could get you to listen to your favorite tracks even while on-the-go, better not miss this new Samsung smartphone! Officially dubbed as ‘Galaxy Music’, the smartphone flaunts its rather curvy body with top and bottom speakers. It looks hip and you can pick among its three colorful versions – Blue, Gray and Orange.
Anyways, it’s not just about the appearance. The Galaxy Music is in fact a phone that is specially intended for music lovers. There’s no word yet as to when this device will be out in retail stores. We also don’t know much about its retail price but we’re guessing that it would be sold somewhere in between $150 to $300. Specs wise, the smartphone flaunts its 3.0-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen that’s been set at 240 x 320 pixels at 133 ppi. There’s no Gorilla Glass coating or whatsoever but you’ll be able to take advantage of its advanced Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system that is basically layered with Samsung’s usual TouchWiz UI. It offers its 4GB of internal storage with up to 32GB of external microSD card storage with 512MB of RAM.
The specs that you can find inside the Samsung Galaxy Music isn’t that striking but it will definitely come in handy especially when you just want to immense yourself into the sound of music. That means it is equipped with features that you can use to enhance the quality of music that you’re hearing from the audio system of your phone. Aside from its dual frontal stereo speakers, the smartphone can also take pride of its SRS sound enhancement, native music player app with SoundAlive for crystal clear sound, Stereo FM Radio with RDS, Music View, Music Hub, etc. If you want to download some new tracks, just go to the Google PLAY Store and pay via Google Wallet.
Of course, the smartphone cannot be lined-up with portable music players because it is equipped with a reliable 3MP fixed focus camera that you can use for taking pictures and recording videos. When it comes to network and data connectivity, the phone supports 2G, 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and tethering. You can actually use it to share your internet connection to your laptop or tablet. In addition, Samsung also stated that it will be offering a dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy Music and it will be called as the Galaxy Music Duos.