By Stephen Schenck | September 27, 2012 11:52 AM
A little earlier this week, Samsung let the name “Galaxy Music” slip in its list of Androids on-target for getting Jelly Bean updates. Last night, we wondered a little more about the model, and whether or not Samsung might be introducing it at an October press event in Germany. We’re still not sure how the device will arrive, but it looks like we finally might know what the Galaxy Music actually is, upon a leaked image and some specs arriving.
Truth be told, it’s a bit of a let-down, as what we’ve got here is pretty far from a top-tier Android. In fact, we’d be hard-pressed to even call it mid-range with an 850MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and a tiny three-inch QVGA display.
What it does have, though, true to the Galaxy Music name, is dual front-facing speakers, those two grilles at the top and bottom of the handset. That could actually be pretty impressive for a handheld device, giving it some decent separation between the stereo channels, and presumably the speaker drivers are beefy enough to deliver even at high volumes.
The Galaxy Music will supposedly arrive in both a normal and a dual-SIM edition; there’s yet to be any word on pricing or availability.