Samsung is quietly preparing to launch a music-centric smartphone, which is likely to be branded as the Galaxy Music, according to a website, SammyHub.
Samsung has scheduled a special event on October 11 at Frankfurt, Germany, where it is most likely to launch the Galaxy Music smartphone.
The Galaxy Music is expected to be launched in single-SIM and dual-SIM versions with about 3-inch capacitive touchscreen display. Sure, the display is not massive but it packs an 850 MHz mobile processor coupled with 512 MB RAM. This hardware is good enough to run the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. Apparently, this smartphone will get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update whenever it is ready.
By default, Galaxy Music will have 4 GB on-board memory and there will be a micro SD card slot to add more storage. At the back, there will be 3 megapixel camera which may not offer best quality but would just do the job of clicking images.
The Galaxy Music smartphone will have a dedicated camera key to quickly launch the music player. Besides that, the phone will feature FM radio with built-in FM antenna. Samsung has also added its SoundAlive technology along with SRS for improving the sound output.
There are no details on the pricing of this mid-range device and we believe it will be launched by mid of the next month.