Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos isnï¿½t the best QWERTY smartphone out there especially considering the OS and the price point. If you want a complete Android experience, you can take a look at the Motorola Fire XT and you can get a great QWERTY experience, but with Symbian, from the Nokia E5 under the 10K price point. If you want to experiment with the Android OS on a QWERTY device you can take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos.
Pros: Optical trackpad, Touch and type on an android device, Good battery life, Dual SIM
Cons: Lackluster Android experience, Display feels disappointing, No multi-touch, Average camera, Specifications
Conclusion: Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos is a good mid range smartphone with touch and type facility and lot many exiting features. The good part of this phone is its dual camera. It lacks with camera’s dedicated key, poor 3.2 megapixels camera and slow processor. The design of this phone is good and is well constructed too.
Pros: This phone is a good option for touch and type users. Its battery life is good, and offers dual camera.
Cons: Its 384 MB RAM and 832 MHz processor is less and delays in multitasking and swapping applications.
Summary: Looks: QWERTY on the go The Samsung Pro series has been bringing forth some good touch plus QWERTY Android devices and the latest in this segment is the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos. Targeted at the youth (hence the Y), this phone has been designed to be light and compact with a comfortable QWERTY keypad for quick and easy chit-chat on the go. The phone is sleek with a glossy and brushed metal finish in grey colour.