Originally the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Music was revealed via Samsung’s official list of Jelly Bean-upgradable devices released earlier this month. Following yesterday’s story of Samsung holding an upcoming press event for a new device, details have emerged on that said device – the Samsung Galaxy Music.
The details come courtsey of Austrian site Telecom-Presse, who revealed the handset with humble specs and a distinctive front face. The device, an entry-level smartphone focused on music, features 2 stereo speakers, a small 3-inch QVGA (240×320) display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The device is powered by an 850MHz single-core CPU, 512MB of RAM, has 4GB of internal storage, a microSD expansion, and a 3MP camera. A second version of the device, the Samsung Galaxy Music DUOS, will feature dual-SIM support with the rest of the specs remaining identical.
Despite the lack of horsepower this phone should definitely be priced competitively and be able to deliver Ice Cream Sandwich or Android to a new audience. The Galaxy Music will reportedly make its debut at an event in Frankfurt on Oct 11 — invites for this gathering recently started trickling out to the German press.