Samsung to release new entry level device dubbed as Galaxy Music

Galaxy Music: Great device for the cash strapped individual

Want to own an Android smartphone but don’t seem to have enough money to purchase one?

Well, if we base it on multiple reports, Samsung is set to make your dreams come true as the company is going to unveil their latest entry level smartphone this coming October.

This entry level smartphone is dubbed as the Galaxy Music smartphone.

The features of Galaxy Music include a 3 inch QVGA display, a single-core 850MHz processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage and a 3MP rear facing camera. What’s good is that it is reportedly going to come in a single SIM and dual SIM models so no need to carry around an extra phone for your other SIM.

Just like the old Sony Ericsson Walkman phones, the Samsung Galaxy Music is set to bring a new music experience with you wherever you go.

Reportedly running on Android’s 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, this entry level phone certainly is a great phone for the budget strapped individual. Together with the features above, the Galaxy Music also has Bluetooth, WiFi, USB, GPS and an extra slot for your microSD card to boost your phone’s memory.

This looks like a great device. Let’s just wait and see until it is released to give our final verdict on the Galaxy Music!

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Amazon teams up with Google on new Kindle Fire

Amazon is going ballistic, as the company unveiled a number of devices in their bid to dethrone other tablets out of their lofty perch.

The company did not only reveal new members of their Kindle Fire line. In fact, Amazon was able to unveil new sets of devices that the company hopes they could make a major breakthrough in the tech world.

Focusing on their new Kindle Fire models: the 7 inch, 8.9 inch and 4G LTE version Kindle Fire, the company has teamed up with Google to help power their new tablets.

A spokesperson from the company confirmed that these devices will be running on Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Android 4.1 Jellybean fans may be saddened by these news, but Ice Cream Sandwich isn’t that bad at all. Though there is still no use yet as to updating the devices OS, at least these new Kindle Fire tablets now run on Android. And that is the good news.

As for the Kindle Paperwhite, it is still unclear whether it’s going to run on Android. Hopefully, Amazon will release a statement regarding on the operating system of the latter.

Is this a great move by Amazon to team up with Google?

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