Samsung's low-budget Galaxy Music gets a Jelly Bean update

Samsung, on Sunday, released an update for its low-budget Android smartphone, Galaxy Music GT-S6010. 


According to reports, the company started the rollout of the update for Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the UK; other countries are expected to receive the upgrade in the coming days. Samsung Galaxy Music, which hit the markets in October 2012, comes with a 3-inch LCD touchscreen display with 240 x 320p resolution and is powered by an 850MHz processor. It was launched with Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich OS, supported by a 512MB RAM along with 4GB internal memory, which is expandable up to 32GB using a microSD card. On the connectivity front, it comes with Wi-Fi, 3G, 2G and Bluetooth 3.0.


The device – designed especially for music lovers – has a dedicated music key along with a SoundAlive music player and a 3.5 mm earphone jack. Apart from all this, it comes with a 1300mAh battery and a 3MP camera. 


The music phone will now have an Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS



The latest update would mean a better user interface, Google Now support, enhanced notifications and more. The battery life of the handset is expected to be enhanced and overall performance is also expected to improve. The new update will be available over-the-air and can also be downloaded using Samsung’s Kies app.


Though Samsung has given no word whether the dual-SIM version of Galaxy Music will receive the Jelly Bean update, it is expected to follow in the coming weeks. Samsung's market driving smartphones like Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S3 are also expected to receive an OS update in the coming days.

Published Date: May 27, 2013 03:24 pm | Updated Date: May 27, 2013 03:24 pm