Monday, 27 May 2013

Samsung starts rolling out Android 4.1 update for Galaxy Music

Samsung has begun rolling out Jelly Bean update for its budget Android smartphone Galaxy Music GT-S6010. The update is currently live in the United Kingdom for the single-SIM version. It is being released over-the-air and also via Kies app.

You can check out the update details below:

Android Version: Android 4.1.2
PDA: S6010XXUBME1
CSC: S6010OXABME1
MODEM: S6010XXUBMD3

The update will bring user interface improvements, Google Now support, enhanced notifications, Project Butter improvements and more to the phone.

To remind you, Samsung Galaxy Music features 3-inch QVGA display, 850MHz processor, 3MP rear camera, 512MM of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and 1300 mAh battery.

The phone also packs front dual stereo speakers, Sound Alive & SRS technology, FM Antenna, Wi-Fi, HSDPA connectivity, GPS and MicroSD card support.

The company also sells a dual-SIM version of the phone as Galaxy Music Duos GT-S6012, but there is no word on the Android 4.1 update of it right now, but we hope to see it soon.

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