Samsung Galaxy Music Review
Samsung has added the Galaxy Music to its huge catalogue and it would be an addition that music lovers would love immensely. As the name easily suggests, the phone is focused entirely on music playback, which gives users advanced music features and excellent music quality. Like the Galaxy Beam, the Galaxy Music also includes a WVGA projector, allowing owners to project video clips, movies and photos to a wall.
Unfortunately, the phone only comes with a tiny 3” QVGA LCD display, which will disappoint those expecting an iPod Touch-like handset. It is also revealed that the phone will have Android 4.0 OS, 4GB of onboard storage, 512MB of RAM and a microSD card. The 3Mp rear-facing camera looks like something we see on many low-end smartphones, with no LED flash and autofocus. So obviously, photography isn’t the phone’s strong point. Interestingly, a variant called Galaxy Music Duos will also be revealed and it will have dual-SIM configuration. Both will be equipped with a raft of audio-related technologies such as Smart Volume, SRS and Sound Alive, plus two built-in stereo speakers.