Recently Samsung has unveiled a new smartphone that runs Android 4.0 and has some of the music capabilities called as the Galaxy Music. Samsung says that the mobile phone has a dedicated music key that provides fast access to the music player with a single press. The mobile phone operates on HSDPA, HSUPA (900/2100 MHZ) and EDGE/GPRS (850/900/1800/1900 MHZ) networks. Galaxy Music Specifications
- 3-inch QVGA resolution TFT display
- 3 megapixel fixed focus rear camera
- Supports video playback and can record video at WVGA resolution.
- 3.5 mm headphone port and supports multiple audio formats
- Integrated FM tuner with RDS technology and uses the Samsung Touchwiz user interface
- Android OS
The Galaxy Music has integrated GPS, integrated speakers, and Bluetooth 3.0 technology. It also has integrated Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct support, and has an accelerometer, digital compass, and proximity sensor. Internal storage is 4 GB with 512 MB of RAM. A microSD slot is available supporting up to 32 GB of additional storage space. We’re taking these specifications with a grain of salt. It appears that Samsung copied these over from the Galaxy Beam because the spec sheet lists a nine-lumen integrated projector that is obviously not on this device. If one specification is wrong, others could be as well.