Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy Music, its latest Android smartphone, and one that - as the name suggests - focuses on media playback. Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on an unspecified processor, the Galaxy Music has a 3-inch 240 x 320 LCT TFT display, a 3-megapixel fixed-focus camera (with no LED flash), and front stereo speakers with SRS Surround.
There's also WiFi b/g/n with WiFi Direct support, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 2.0, and 4GB of internal storage, along with a microSD Card slot. RAM is 512MB, and there's a 3.5mm headphone jack and an FM radio, together with a dedicated music key.
Presumably incorrectly, Samsung's spec-sheet also mentions a 9 lumen WVGA-resolution projector, which we're guessing is accidentally carried over from the Galaxy Beam. It certainly doesn't fit in with the rest of the (budget) specs of the device, and isn't highlighted anywhere else in Samsung's press materials.
Samsung isn't talking pricing yet, but we're not expecting the Galaxy Music to be an expensive phone; it'll also be offered as a dual-SIM model, the Galaxy Music Duos. Both have dualband HSPA and quadband GSM/EDGE.