Samsung Planning Galaxy Music Launch?

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A couple days back, Samsung’s list of devices on-track for getting Jelly Bean included one outlier, something we’d never heard of before called the Galaxy Music. We hadn’t the foggiest idea what such a thing might be, and wondered if its inclusion on that list might be little more than a mistake. Well, the Galaxy Music rumors don’t look like they’re about to die-down that easily, and invitations to a Samsung event in mid-October are attracting attention thanks to a possible connection to this rumor.

Samsung’s planning to hold a presentation in Frankfurt, Germany on October 11, where it advises attendees that they’ll get the chance to see something small make a big impact. That sort of language has been brewing-up thoughts of a portable device with a big sound, which could be just what this mysterious Galaxy Music ends up being.

On the other hand, maybe it’s not a portable device at all, and Samsung’s working on something like the Nexus Q for direct connection to stereo systems. The fact that we haven’t heard anything more from Samsung about the Galaxy Music (including a retraction) does seem to imply that it’s a real product that we’ll finally get to meet one day. We can’t say if that will be as soon as October 11, but it’s at least one possibility worth considering.

Source: Smartdroid (Google Translate)
Via: phoneArena

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