Samsung Galaxy Music is a three inch smartphone with enhanced audio capabilities


Samsung has introduced a new smallish smartphone for those not with the 4+ inches fad. Its name is the Samsung Galaxy Music, and it’s a three inch device that would seem incredibly small for most people. But what it lacks in size it makes up for in audio power as this device is designed to be a music lover’s dream.

The Galaxy Music as compatibility from the oft-desired OGG and FLAC containers/codecs, as well as a dedicated music player button, “Sound Alive” and SRS, FM Radio, and dual speakers on the front instead of the usual lone speaker on the back. Other features include Android 4.0 with TouchWiz, a 3 megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 3.0 and more.

A dual-SIM variant, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Music Duos, will also be available for those who need it. It’s a small little fella, and while it may not be too powerful we’re sure it’ll attract many eyes with a price point that is sure to go easy on the wallets. Find more information at Samsung’s website.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Display:3.0” QVGA(240×320) TFT
    Additional Features:WVGA Projector (9 Lumen @ 1W)

    WHAT?!?! The same screen as my G1, which is pretty awful by today’s standards, but then a projector at WVGA? Doesn’t make sense to me, but maybe I am missing something.

    1. Indeed… it’s one thing to be small, but 240×320? Wow. 480×640 would at least be reasonable. They also describe it as TFT… I wonder if it is even IPS

  2. Damn… ALMOST. Why can’t we just get a 3″ display on an Android powered WIFI only device. Why does it NEED to be a phone Samsung?! I want an inexpensive Android powered equivalent to the iPod Nano not a little phone designed for Mini Me. Same with the friggin camera guys. Why does every friggin device HAVE to be tied to a bloody carrier?!

    1. Agree 1,000%

    2. archos gen8 internet tablet series.
      the A28 and A32 specifically.
      not exactly powerhouses and they are running old versions of android, but they seem to fit your description.
      i think the A32 is about €50 here, which thanks to backwards exchange rates for electronics should be about $40 in the US.

      aside from that, samsung also released several “galaxy player” devices which are essentially galaxy-series smartphones but without phone capabilities.

      1. I’m holding out hope against hope that Google decides to go head on against the Nano via their Nexus program. I would LOVE to see a 3″ HTC Nexus Beats running vanilla Android and optimized for Google Music. Give us 16, 32, and 64g models allowing us to pin locally stuff from our library.

  3. Looks like samsung is going after Apple’s market-share, I hear they are use to handling small things.

  4. This is the PERFECT SIZE screw the note2, what am I a giant? No! Me and my baby hands need something that I can use without over stretching my reach on that, iPhone 5? No too big… IPhone 4s…. Still pretty big, Samsung Galaxy Music? I’LL TAKE THREE!

  5. Yay for bringing back some hardware buttons. Nobody is innovating on physical form factor anymore. How many bricks can we have?

    I still love the track ball that was on my HTC Hero, and the push to flip and open and answer on my Motorola IC902 and the dedicated photo buttons I have seen on some devices.

    Is it easy to pause or skip a song on your phone in one press? No, it isn’t unless you are wearing a headset.

    This is a good sign, we need more innovation on physical form factor. The brick needs to transform!

  6. They need to put all the “Enhanced Audio Capabilities” on the next Galaxy S/Galaxy Note

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