In the crowded smartphone market, there’s always room for more Samsung Galaxy devices. This year’s highlights include the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 2, and 238 others at Mobile World Congress.
Enter: the Samsung Galaxy Music, a smartphone where the focus is squarely on – you guessed it – music. It’s popped up in a series of pictures ahead of launch.
Samsung also has the Galaxy Player, of course, effectively an Android-based iPod touch. The Samsung Galaxy Music is, well, nothing like that at all, primarily 'cause it's also a phone and that.
Samsung Galaxy Music specs include a 3in QVGA display, 3MP rear camera, 850MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB internal storage (augmentable via microSD), and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
As for connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy Music welcomes HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth 3.0.
The key feature on the Samsung Galaxy Music, however, sees a couple of speakers on the front, encouraging idiots to blast their music sans headphones. Thanks, Samsung.
The Samsung Galaxy Music is tipped for launch on October 11 in Germany. There’ll also be a dual-SIM version called the Samsung Galaxy Music Duos. No hint on price just yet, but we can't see it breaking the bank with those fairly modest specs.