Samsung has announced a new mid-priced addition to the Galaxy range, in what looks very much to us like an attempt to breathe new life into music-flavoured feature phones.
Dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Music, the smartphone-maker’s latest effort features dual front-facing speakers to enable sodcasters to share their favourite tuneage on public transport in a wholly unbidden and very unwelcome way.
Samsung has also equipped its kit with “advanced audio features” such as “Sound Alive and SRS” and a dedicated key, so young music-fanciers can get to their music quickly and conveniently.
Elsewhere, the Galaxy Music features Android Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, a three-inch QVGA TFT touchscreen, a three megapixel camera, a WVGA projector and 4GB of internal memory. This can be boosted by up to 32GB by adding a microSD card.
Pricing has yet to be confirmed. But we anticipate you’ll be able to grab the Galaxy Music from about £150 on pay as you go.
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