Samsung Galaxy Music Review

A few days ago, Samsung officially unveiled its new Galaxy Music, a model aimed at fans of exceptional sound quality with advanced music player options that use the Android operating system in addition to the listed features, and is also acceptable for “smaller pocket” customers.
The new Galaxy Music is presented quite succinctly, but what is known so far about this “musical treat” is the following: The dimensions of the Galaxy music model are 110.1 x 59.0 x 12.25mm, and will weigh 106.9 grams. From these dimensions it becomes clear that this medium-sized model. The battery that this model will be equipped with is 1,300mAh. From a design standpoint, and as far as can be deduced from the (currently available) images, this model looks harmonious and likable perhaps a bit like the popular Samsung Galaxy Gio, but we will refrain from any further comment until we have a chance to hold this model in our hands and let’s “have fun” with him in a little more detail.
What’s interesting about the Galaxy Music model is the fact that it was announced with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and although the CPU power remains unknown for now, we secretly hope for a power of 1GHz. What is already known for sure is that this model will work with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory, and to the general satisfaction of all future users of this model, its memory will be expandable with a Micro SD card up to a maximum of 32GB.
The display that this model will be equipped with is a 3 inch QVGA TFT touchscreen display. Samsung Galaxy Music was presented with a 3MP camera (fixed focus) and no LED flash, which we consider a slight “handicap” of the model, which works fantastically according to the first announcements, but considering the planned purpose of this model, we will get over it. Another positive detail related to this model is its equipment Wi-Fi b / g / n, Wi-Fi Direct wireless connection that covers the needs of internet surfing of its users. When it comes to connections, this model also has a Bluetooth 3.0 connection, as well as a Micro USB port
As the name of this model suggests, this model is equipped with numerous accessories for maximum musical enjoyment of its users, such as dual front Stereo speakers, and Sound Alive, SRS and Smart Volume applications. This model will also have a button dedicated to the music player that will allow it quick and easy access.
The price of this model is another unknown when it comes to this model, but considering that the Samsung Galaxy Music is presented as a middle-class Android, we believe that it should not be overly “peppery”. Another positive announcement is that the Galaxy Music model will most likely be produced in the Dual SIM version, which, in addition to excellent music performance, will also satisfy the needs of mobile phone users who need to use 2 numbers at the same time.

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