Samsung has announced the launch of GALAXY Music, a smartphone that offers superb sound quality and superb music player features.
GALAXY Music runs on Android 4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich) and is backed by a powerful processor that guarantees smooth and fast performance. The device has dual frontal stereo speakers that deliver outstanding sound quality further bolstered by FM radio and advanced audio features such as Sound Alive & SRS.
GALAXY Music promises high-speed downloads, abundant memory and Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing everyone to experience seamless music and multimedia applications on-the-go. Furthermore, it features a unique Music Dedicated key that provides quick and convenient access to the music player for the perfect listening experience.
Other features: 3 inch display (with a disappointing QVGA resolution), HSDPA, GPS, WVGA projector, 3MP rear camera, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support. Samsung says the Galaxy Music has "a powerful processor" - we've heard it's an 850MHz one, but that is pretty far from powerfu
GALAXY Music will also be available in a dual-SIM version in the form of the GALAXY Music Duos.
No release date has been announced yet.
If you are in a particular Starbucks coffee shop happens to be in the few areas where Google has its Fiber service set up, the speed bump will be up to 100 times faster than the current Starbucks WIFI connection
As TechCrunch points out, this isn't Google's first attempt at providing free Wi-Fi access in a public place. In San Francisco, the company is having talks about setting up free access points in key public spaces. Google's free hotspots should go live there in April, 2014. There are also numerous Wi-Fi access points in the surroundings of Google's Mountain View HQ, too.
Google will start rolling out the new networks this August. They appreciate your patience if it's still a little while before they get to your favorite Starbucks-you'll know your new network is ready to go when you can log in to the "Google Starbucks" SSID.