Assuming you live in Australia and have been eyeing the Samsung Galaxy Music, we have a bit of good news for you. Said handset will soon be available. In fact, Optus has announced that the handset will arrive for sale on November 15.
Samsung Galaxy Music arrives to the UK via O2, free with contract
Last week we learned that the Samsung Galaxy Music was coming to the UK through O2 in November. As expected, the 3-inch smartphone has now arrived. Best of all, the Galaxy Music is free on contract or just £109.99 off-contract for "pay as you go" users.
Samsung Galaxy Music confirmed for a November release with O2 UK
The Galaxy Music is a 3 inch smartphone with a display that pushes 320 x 240 pixels. Not really something for us hardcore geeks, but hey, the more people using Android, the better. It has quadband GSM/EDGE support and dualband (900/2100 MHz) 3G. There's WiFi onboard, Bluetooth, and all the other things you'd expect a modern smartphone to have. There's even a 3 megapixel camera and an integrated FM antenna. What makes this phone special is that it has two front facing speakers that should pump out some ridiculously loud music.
Samsung teases the German press, invites them to an event next week
Samsung is going to hold an event in Germany next Thursday (October 11th). This isn't news, last week we reported that the South Korean handset maker was sending out invitations via email to members of the German press. Now Samsung is being a little bit more playful though.
Leaked: The first Samsung Galaxy Music smartphone images surface
Yesterday we reported on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Music, a music-centric budget smartphone from Samsung. Now we know a little bit more about the handset, and that includes the first leaked images of the new device.
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