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Samsung's forthcoming phones are called the Samsung GT-S6010 Galaxy Music and the Samsung Music DUOS Galaxy GT-S6012. The DUOS model will be the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Music. No exact price or release date of the phones was leaked but expect the official announcement on October 11th.
The specifications of the phones include a 3-inch QVGA LCD display with a 320x240 pixel resolution, 3MP camera, and 4GB internal storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity. The music Android phones will run on Google Android 4.0 ICS straight out of the box with the expectation that the phones will be upgradable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Being music phones, the Samsung GT-S6010 Galaxy Music and the Samsung Music DUOS Galaxy GT-S6012 boast of stereo speakers. Under the hood, the smartphones will be powered by an 850MHz single-core CPU and 512MB RAM. The budget Android music phones will have a 1300mAh battery.
Being music phones, they will support a wide range of audio formats like MP3, OGG, ACC, ACC , eACC , AMR-NB, AMR-WB, WAV, MID, IMY, FLAC and WMA.
Stay tuned, as we will bring you the complete lowdown of the device once they are unveiled on October 11th.