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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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Overall 6

Samsung Galaxy Y

25 June 2012
  • Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Y is an okay starter smart phone for kids, but budget Androids are getting increasingly capable so your money could be better spent elsewhere.
  • Cons: Poor quality display; Low-power chip; Very small size limits its appeal.
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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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Expert Review

16 November 2011
  • Conclusion: If you are a starter and are looking for a really cheap handset then Galaxy Young is the best option among Samsung’s low end series and other handsets in the market such as Nokia X2 and C3. Considering its battery life and the exciting features it offers, you get a smartphone for almost nothing that can fulfill all your needs and it’s the best buy if you are about to start the journey of smartphones or switching to touchscreen phones.
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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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