We are saying should as this just seems too good to be true. Samsung has listed the WVGA projector in the Galaxy Music’s specs, but there is not a single image from all the press photos of the projector itself. We’d guess that Samsung would definitely want to advertize such a unique feature, but hopefully we’re wrong and this device does indeed come with projector it’s advertized to have.
The second focus of the Galaxy Music is its sound output. The handset has stereo speakers on the front with Sound Alive & SRS playback enhancements, along with support for music formats OGG and the lossless FLAC. There is also a dedicated music button for quick access to the music player.
Apart from that, you’re looking at a design pretty similar to the one on the Galaxy Pocket. There are new colors, though, and the screen has grown larger to 3.0 inches and it features QVGA resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy Music sports a 3-megapixel rear fixed-focus camera and has 4GB of internal storage expandable with microSD cards of up to 32GB. There is Wi-Fi b/g/n and 3G connectivity, as well as Bluetooth 3.0, so overall this seems like a very, very solid addition to the Samsung lineup.
The device will be offered in a dual-SIM version, the Samsung Galaxy Music Duos, as it has become customary with Samsung’s low end devices.
If the projector turns out to be a fully functional one, this would be a huge surprise and a breakthrough in low end Androids. Stay tuned for the final confirmation.