Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Galaxy Music S6010|Budget Android Smartphone – Specs, Features

Samsung Galaxy Music Budget Android Smartphone via Optus for $149 Or Rs.8199 – Specs, Features

Samsung Will launch its new Music Android Smartphones on 15th november 2012 with a very cheap price of 8199.This Was little exaggerated, because in the end we do not know how much it will cost, but the Galaxy Music (GT-S6010) does not look like the phone from the upper shelves. According to the source of information the phone is also to appear in a dual-SIM version.

This mobile Features are like similer then galaxy y

Both the Galaxy Music S6010 and Galaxy Music Duos S6012 which are to be music phones, are equipped with two external front speakers, SoundAlive and SRS. Among the applications we also find an FM radio and a built-in antenna gives hope to listen to the radio without headphones.

A music smartphone would work under Android 4.0 ICS, powered by Cortex A9 processor with 850 MHz clock. The source provides information on the 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB ROM, of which the user will have probably ~ 300-500 MB. - This is not good news, but fortunately a music library can be stored on microSD cards.
  • 3-inch QVGA touchscreen display 
  • 3.2 megapixel sensor
  • Android 4.0(Icecream sandwich)Latest Version 
  • 3G connectivity
  • Two External Front Speakers, SoundAlive and SRS.
  • 850 MHz processor
  • Powered by Cortex A9 processor with 850 MHz clock
  • Weight: 108.8grams
  • Screen resolution of 320 x 240 pixels
  • Dual Stereo Speaker

Those aren't exactly top-end specs and they certainly don't compare to the flagship S3's 720p screen and quad-core chip, but this phone is evidently aimed firmly at a young audience. It packs speakers at the top and bottom of the handset to help make your music sound a little meatier than it would with standard built-in speakers.

That does, of course, mean that the backs of our nation's buses are likely to be polluted with the irritating sound of tinny dance music. Fingers crossed Samsung bundles it with decent headphones, or at least makes the battery life so poor it can't get through more than two plays of Call Me Maybe.

One of the advantages against the Galaxy Y is that the Samsung Galaxy Music would be coming in with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and as usual, the TouchWiz enabled interface. For the price of $149, this is a perfect choice for users who would want to have a better touch in the Interface, and wouldn’t want to spend on something that still has an Android Gingerbread OS in it, with an uncertainty whether the device would ever get an update in the future.
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