Earlier this week, the South Korean Android smart phone giant released the list of smart phones and tablets which are going to get the new Android 4.1, also known as Jelly Bean, software update. The list included a new name, the Galaxy Music. Most of us do not really know what is this Galaxy Music device. But after a bit of research online, we can easily find out more about it.
The Samsung Galaxy Music is a smart phone which is centred around the music experience a smart phone can deliver. Now, the obvious question is why would Samsung focus on music centred smart phones? And the answer is, why not?
If you look at other manufacturers, Sony Ericsson, now Sony Mobile, had a well established base in the music centred phone series, the Walkman series. Now, HTC also started on the same path with its partnership with Beats Audio. So, why not Samsung make a try in that as well?
When you come to the smart phone itself, it has a small 3 inch touch screen, a 850 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM, front facing speakers, and a 3 mega pixel rear facing camera. What about a SIM card slot, you may ask. There are two variants in that department. The Galaxy Music will come in a single SIM and a double SIM card variants. This is a good news especially for European and Asian buyers.
The smart phone will come with Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich, pre installed out of the box. But obviously, there is Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, already scheduled for the Galaxy Music. The next thing to consider is the price. How much will a device like this cost? Well, there are no official words about that yet. But the rumors say it would not cost more than 200 Euros. Are you interested to buy this when it comes out?
Source: Android Authority