It looks like we’ll be seeing another addition to Samsung’s Galaxy range. However, don’t expect this phone to be like the Korean firm’s flagship the Galaxy S3 or the ‘phablet’ Note 2. It is a budget music phone the Galaxy Music.
SamMobile spotted what looks like ads of the new phone complete with specs. The new phone sports a 3-inch display with a resolution of 240×320 pixels and an 850MHz single-core processor. It also comes with a mere 4GB of internal storage, which isn’t much at all especially for a music phone. However, it does come with a microSD slot, which means you can get as much as 32GB of storage for storing your tracks.
Judging from these specs, we’re not looking at a superphone, but a handset that caters to young folks. Speakers are found on the top and bottom of the device, which will allow users to enjoy more from their music. We do hope, however, that Samsung bundles headphones with the phone so that you wouldn’t have to deal with unruly youth blasting their music in the back of a bus.
The phone runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). This isn’t the most up to date version of Google’s operating system, but this is fine since its running on a budget phone.
Samsung is yet announce how much the phone will set you back, but since it targets young folk we’re guessing it’ll cost no more than £150 on pay as you go. The Korean tech giant is holding an event in Germany on the 11th of October. It’s likely to officially unveil the Galaxy Music there.
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