It's more like a text messaging phone and doesn't support Chinese input as well!
4 September 2014
Summary: It's okay if you just use it to make phone calls, I wouldn't even recommend for sending text messages, don't even bother with downloading any apps on it. The screen it's very small, so it's the keyboard. it doesn't have Chinese language preloaded as well, even you can download Chinese input, the recipient can't read it either, it shows up as all question marks.
Summary: Bought this so I could have a GSM phone for travel overseas. It replaced my cheaper phone that I got with a Mobal sim card. It turns out that the sim card actually would work in more countries than the original phone, so by putting it in the Galaxy Y, I can now use it in more countries. I also wanted a phone so I can get local sim cards when I travel, for cheaper calls, but swap back my Mobal card when needed to check voice mail and call home. So far it seems to be OK.