The budget Android phone from Samsung has now become official and this latest phone from the Galaxy SIII manufacturer is aimed at music lovers.
The Samsung Galaxy Music is set at the lower end of the smartphone market but it does feature Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which sets it apart from other budget droids out there. The music features of the phone are the main selling point and these include a dedicated music player button, FM radio and dual front speakers to give great sound to your favourite tracks.
The player is compatible with a number of music file formats too including FLAC and AAC and the Sound Alive and SRS audio modes add an even richer and clear sound to your playlists.
Other features are pretty modest as you would expect for a smartphone in this category with a 3-inch touchscreen display, 850MHz processor and 4 GB of internal memory. There is a microSD card slot so the memory can be expanded to hold even more of those music playlists and favourite tracks of yours.
So this handset may not be able to compete with the likes of the iPhone 5 or Galaxy SII but if music on your mobile is your thing and you want a decent budget phone this one is a winner.