Samsung sings praises of new Android 4.0-powered Galaxy Music

Samsung sings praises of new Android 4.0-powered Galaxy Music

Samsung today announced the Galaxy Music, putting to bed recent rumors of a smartphone with high quality audio experience.  Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the phone features a 3.0-inch QVGA(240×320) TFT display, a 3-megapixel fixed focus camera.  Beyond that, everything else is centered around music and audio, including dual frontal stereo speakers, Sound Alive & SRS features, FM radio, and a dedicated music button.  The Samsung Galaxy Music will be available in a dual-sim version (DUOS) however carriers, pricing, and availability are all a mystery.

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2 Comments

  1. Brent Stewart
    October 09, 09:08 Reply

    Damn… ALMOST. Why can’t we just get a 3″ display on an Android powered WIFI only device. Why does it NEED to be a phone Samsung?! Same with the friggin camera guys. Why does every damn device HAVE to be tied to a bloody carrier?! I want an inexpensive Android powered equivalent to the iPod Nano not a little phone designed for Mini Me.

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