At the start of the month we brought you news of the Samsung Galaxy Music which had been leaked online. Now Samsung have officially confirmed the existence of the mid-range smartphone and confirmed its specification.
The Samsung Galaxy Music has a 3 inch touch-screen display (320x240 pixels) and is powered by an 850 MHz processor which is backed up by 512MB of RAM. The on-board memory of the Galaxy Music is 4GB, which can be expanded by up to 32GB using microSD cards.
As you'd expect a number of music features are present including dual front-facing stereo speakers, while the Galaxy Music also supports Sound Alive and SRS audio modes. You also get an FM radio which is always appreciated and often left-out of modern smartphones.
One very interesting revelation is that the Galaxy Music comes with an in-built projector. The projector supports a resolution of 800*480 pixels and has a rating of 9 lumens, which is pretty reasonable although nowhere near as good as the one in Samsung's Galaxy Beam.
The Samsung Galaxy Beam comes pre-loaded with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which is a nice bonus for an affordable smartphone. While supported connectivity includes 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.
Samsung didn't give a launch date or price for the Galaxy Beam, but when it does launch it'll be available in both single and dual-SIM versions.