Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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7 October 2012
Excerpt: In the popularity of GSM highly featured mobiles, the Code Division Multiple Access, also called CDMA technology is losing its feet from the market besides its advantages like good coverage and better speed. There are very few players in CDMA mobiles, which are providing featured phones.
Samsung Galaxy Y review: A cheap as chips Android phone, let down by a low resolution screen
Good Gear Guide.au
23 September 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.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Y Smartphone gets a green for all the masses. The Galaxy Y S5360 is a Smartphone not light up with very elite features it is the genuine one letting you explore the device in the best possible manner that you ever can.
Pros: Inexpensive , Responsive touchscreen , Light in weight , Offers good social networking integration , Supports GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth , Bright display
Cons: Low battery life , Low resolution camera , No front camera , Just 160MB internal storage , Few lags
Conclusion: It’s true that most people interested in this phone won’t be fussed that a newer version of Android is out in the wild, but even so, it’s hard to recommend this phone. It’s cheap but rivals offer so much more for the price.
Excerpt: Apple didn't bother getting Samsung to remove the Y and Y pro handsets from its IFA stand - it must not think they are as big a deal as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, which was pulled from IFA following a new injunction. And, if we're honest - they're not a big deal in the grand scheme of things.
Summary: In der Preisklasse um 100 Euro ohne Vertrag können noch nicht viele Handys mit einer ansprechenden Internet-Ausstattung aufwarten. Umso erfreulicher ist da, dass das Galaxy Y neben dem schnellen mobilen Standard HSDPA auch mit dem heimischen WLAN-Netz klarkommt.