Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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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
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
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). Also in terms of performance and functions that are possible through the Android 2.3 operating system, the Samsung Y can surely compete with more expensive smartphones on the market.
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 the leader of today's' market has introduced Samsung Galaxy Y CDMA Color Plus I509 with single CDMA SIM in its well acknowledged YOUNG series.
Excerpt: Recently Samsung has come up with its lots of Android based phones available at different price range. The most popular among the low priced ones is the Samsung Galaxy Y. And now for the CDMA users Samsung has brought its highly demanded Galaxy Y with CDMA compatibility too. This phone is now the major talk of the town as it is offering great features and amazing customer satisfaction-mainly for its pricing.
Summary: Samsung know that different phones should be aimed at different ages, so when it came to creating a phone for the younger generations, they kept the name simple with the Galaxy Y – “Y” for youth, get it? So just how much simpler is the Galaxy Y? Well, probably less than you might expect.
Excerpt: S amsung, geniş bir kullanıcı kesimi için gayet ekonomik fiyatlı olan ve kullanıcı dostu özellikleriyle Android 2.3 Gingerbread işletim sistemi üzerinde çalışan Galaxy Y S5360 cep telefonunu geçtiğimiz sene duyurmuştu. Young olarak da bilinen Samsung Galaxy Y cep telefonunun 3 inç (7.6 cm) büyüklüğündeki QVGA TFT LCD ekranı 240 x 320 piksel çözünürlüğünde.
Conclusion: Il Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 è uno smartphone Android alla portata di tutti, con un prezzo accessibile ma con funzionalità medie. La connettività è completa, non mancano, Wi-fi , Bluetooth e GPS, il touchscreen è di discreta qualità e il sistema operativo è quello più in voga al momento. Il settore più scarso è quello fotografico, con una fotocamera decisamente migliorabile.
Pros: Jack audio da 3,5 mm; Applicazioni Google; Integrazione con Facebook e Twitter; Integrazione SNS
Cons: Risoluzione display; Solo visualizzatore di documenti