Excerpt: For the starters, the price is pretty good, it's just the perfect mid-range phone for users who don't really like big screen and games such as Temple Run. Second of all, the size of it kind of bad for a Samsung phone, since it's 3.3 inch, it's fairly small and the display just makes it worse and worse.
Pros: The battery's okay., Pretty light and small., Dual sim support (very good for travelers)
Cons: Low pixel density screen., Bad display., Needs more RAM, very slow., Slow internet., Bad camera.
Summary: The price was right but Samsung did not emphasize its usefulness in the adverts.For me, it is a perfect phone as I work overseas for the USG virtually all of the time. Putting in an extra sim card was an important selling point for me.
Pros: Small, very easy to use.and it shows excellent craftsmanship. Love its speed and accessibility.
Cons: Not good for sending text messages with typing very difficult unless you have pen point fingers.
Excerpt: I am a smartphone lover and I used to have a HTC Magic and a Sony Xperia MiniPro, but I managed to brick them, hehe. I did an extensive search on the Internet for the best phone to meet my requirements, and I found the lovely Samsung S6102 Galaxy Y Dual Sim. I now own it for about two months, so I had plenty of time to get the goods and the bads from it. I like that it has Dual Sim support. I use two Sims and it’s very useful to carry only one phone and not both of them.