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Three entry-level Samsung Galaxy smartphones reviewed: Mini 2, Pocket and Y

1 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Samsung's Galaxy product line is probably best known for the high-end models out there competing with the iPhones of this world. In the shadow of those deluxe models there are also a number of entry-level smartphones. Hardware.Info tested three of them, the Galaxy Mini 2, Pocket and Y. So what is the experience like with products form that lower region of the Samsung Galaxy?
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New Samsung Galaxy Y Models Announced

30 September 2012
  • Summary: Additional comments: This is the QWERTY keyboard model with the smaller display screen. Also known as Samsung Galaxy Txt. Unsure if shipped with 2GB card as the Y Duos will be but probably so. Larger battery than the Y Duos. Slightly larger, slightly heavier than the Y Duos model.
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Overall 7

Samsung Galaxy Y (GT-S5360) Review

26 June 2012
  • Summary: The Galaxy Y goes for a street price of Rs.7,350, which puts it on the same lines as the Micromax A70 and the Spice Mi-350n. You might find it for a little lower in places like Delhi, however. If you want switchable back covers, then it'll cost you an additional Rs. 400. The A70 is a good phone, which we liked very much, but it’s still stuck on Froyo and there’s no Wi-Fi ‘n’, so that’s out of the running.
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Samsung Galaxy Y Review

29 April 2012
  • Summary: Samsung’s Galaxy Y is one the affordable smartphone, yet very much user friendly Android phone. It’s designed for the young teenager on a budget, something his/her parents don’t want to spend a lot on.
  • Pros: Affordable, Pleasant design
  • Cons: Low ppi count makes screen look pixelated, Subpar camera
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Overall 8

Samsung Galaxy Y

20 December 2011
  • Summary: 24 August 2011 – On the affordable spectrum, the Galaxy Y and Galaxy Y Pro were made official as well. Y stands for youth, and that is who the phones are aimed at, and both devices come with lower price points. Galaxy Y runs on Android 2.3 OS skinned with the TouchWiz UI.
  • Pros: + Affordable, + Modest specifications
  • Cons: - Uninspired design, -          Samsung Galaxy Y, -          Power Plug, -          Charger, -          Micro-USB cable
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Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 review: Everyone's invited

GSM Arena
23 November 2011
  • Conclusion: Y stands for entry-level phones in the company's recent naming system. Phones for youths and emerging markets. The Galaxy Y is at the bottom of the Android food chain. It joins the likes of the Galaxy Mini, the Gio and the Fit at the wide base of a pyramid that eventually peaks in the next flagship. There's a long way from the Galaxy Y to the company's top earners.
  • Cons: Low screen resolution limits choice of apps, No touchscreen haptics, Fixed focus camera, No secondary camera, No camera flash, no dedicated camera key, QVGA video recording @ 15fps, No earphones in the bundle, No Adobe Flash support
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Overall 7

Samsung Galaxy Y Review

Phone Arena
22 November 2011
  • Conclusion: There isn’t much that piqued our interest while handling the Samsung Galaxy Y , but it is a decent low-end Android handset from a brand name manufacturer. With the patterned silvery back cover and mirrored front we can even say it’s a looker, which usually evades handsets at this price point.
  • Pros: Affordable, Pleasant design
  • Cons: Low ppi count makes screen look pixelated, Subpar camera
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Overall 6

Samsung Galaxy Y

16 November 2011
  • Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Y is a bargain basement Android phone.
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Samsung Galaxy Y Netphone Edition | Review

4 November 2011
  • Excerpt: SMART had already churned major waves of curiosity when it launched its first Netphone unit, the ZTE 701, last September.
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Overall 9

Expert Review

3 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: Samsung has introduced a wide range of Galaxy smartphones, and Galaxy Y is one among them. This Android phone was launched by Samsung at a very basic price with beautiful combination of smart aesthetics and functionality that gets you in limelight both for style and performance. New Samsung Galaxy Y S5360, under the Galaxy brand name, is aimed at the young generation in order to give them a great Android experience at very reasonable price.
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