15 February 2013

Kenya: Samsung Introduces Galaxy Music

Samsung Electronics has introduced Galaxy Music, the first music smartphone designed to capture music live in the market.Galaxy Music phone is running on Android 4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich).

Samsung Electronic East Africa business leader, Robert Ngeru, noted that the launch of the new Galaxy Music is designed to transform basic functionalities of the phone to an all-round entertainment centre.

The phone features powerful dual front speakers providing loud and clear sound. The device also has musical features like the SRS and Surround-Sound with SoundAlive2 enhancements. An embedded FM Radio with built in antenna provides superb musical entertainment on the go.

The cutting-edge processor delivers an amazing high speed across multi-media apps, games and music. Moreover, the users also enjoy faster downloads with rapid transfer speeds and excellent wireless connectivity through advanced Wi-Fi connectivity for easy web access anywhere, on-the-go.

Samsung has added its usual array of features, including Touchwiz, Samsung Apps, Samsung Hub, and Music Hub. The phone will also come in a dual-SIM version packaged as the Galaxy Music Duos.

It also has RDS rich song and artiste info, Music Square, Find Tag, Play Cast and Smart Volume which add to the amazing musical experience.

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