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Samsung Galaxy Y review
24 December 2014
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Y is a budget Android aimed at Y for Youth, and offers a basic spec for a basic price. It will stand up against many budget phones but the recent Huawei Ascend G300 , with its four-inch screen and 1GHz processor, shows that the budget Android space is getting ever more advanced.
Pros: Compact, good price, 2GB microSD card
Cons: Low quality screen, not very distinctive, poor battery life, basic camera functionality
Summary: W ith the Galaxy Y, Samsung has introduced an Android smartphone with many functions, which is accessible to a broad public. That is certainly the case, with a price just over € 100, (at the moment the most inexpensive device-only Galaxy Y costs only € 105).
Summary: On 2011 August Samsung announced Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 GSM Smartphone which runs with Android OS, v2.3 Gingerbread and 883 MHz processor CPU. It is wight weight phone of 97.5 gm and has dimension of 104 x 58 x 11.5 mm. Phone works in both network 2G (GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900) And 3G (HSDPA).
Summary: Samsung is giving more stress low-range handset, to make its capital and creating a strong position in the field of low-range phones. Samsung put forward its new handset Samsung Galaxy Y implies “YOUNG” . The handset comprises of low specifications and you can’t expect more from it.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Y is one of the phones to Samsung’s budget Android smartphone addition from last year. The Samsung Galaxy Y comes to you for a very reasonable price. For the common man this phone is surely really nice to use. The pricing on this phone is just perfect.
Summary: It’s a pretty easy one to call. For around £90 things are going to be lightweight in certain areas. The 2 megapixel camera will get most people by, although it could be a pain when friends with cheap Nokia featurephones use their 8 megapixel shooters.
Conclusion: Overall the Samsung Galaxy Y is a basic smartphone with nothing on offer that makes it stand out in the crowd. If you shop around you’ll find far better equipped devices even at this ultra low price point.
Samsung Galaxy Y review: A cheap as chips Android phone, let down by a low resolution screen
Good Gear Guide.au
14 October 2012
Summary: Provided you don't expect it to effectively compete with more expensive phones, the Samsung Galaxy Y is great value for money. A tiny screen and average battery life do dampen its appeal, but the Galaxy Y remains a good budget smartphone.
Pros: Competitive price, Attractive design, Good features list
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.