Samsung Galaxy Music smartphone in the making?
Just recently, Samsung unveiled a list of devices that would be updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at some point. Among them we saw a “Galaxy Music”, without any explanation on what this was.
We assumed that was just a typo, and the name refers to a Samsung Galaxy Player (pictured below). But it looks like this is not the case.
SammyHub reports that the Galaxy Music is a smartphone. Apparently, the handset will have a dedicated key for directly accessing the music player, front-facing loudspeakers, and FM radio with FM Transmitter. Other features: 3MP camera, 850 MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support. The Galaxy Music should come in both single-SIM, and dual-SIM versions, running Android 4.0 ICS at launch.
Samsung is no stranger to music-centric phones. It introduced quite a few such handsets over the years, including the weirdly-designed Serenata (which came out in 2007, after a collaboration with Bang & Olufsen). So let’s wait and see what the Galaxy Music will look like.