Conclusion: The Samsung Wave Y is a pleasant handset all-around, with no major flaws to really pick at. It sports a comfortable and sturdy design, made handsome by the faux brushed aluminum back, and has a bright display with above average for the category pixel density.
Pros: Sturdy design with a nice back cover finish, Zippy, good-looking interface behavior, Good call quality and loudspeaker
Cons: Video capture is pretty useless, Embedded YouTube videos don't show in the browser
Conclusion: It seems the Bada OS is pushed to the sidelines, what with Android and iOS combining for almost half of the devices sold last year. What's interesting is that Samsung themselves have accounted for a large portion of those Android sales.
Pros: 3.2" HVGA capacitive touchscreen (320 x 480 pixels), Bada OS 2.0 with Samsung Apps, 832 MHz single-core CPU, Quad-band GSM support with dual-band HSPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity, Wi-Fi Direct support, Wi-Fi tethering, Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS support, digital compass, 2 GB microSD c...
Cons: Bada OS has limited number of available applications, Fixed focus 2 MP camera, no flash, No screen haptics, No proper Smart Dialling, SatNav software only a 30-day trial, Poor loudspeaker performance
Summary: The new Samsung Wave Y S5380 is the cheapest phone among the three Bada OS phones announced by Samsung. Samsung had announced Samsung Wave 3 and Samsung Wave M other than the Samsung Wave Y. All the phone operate on Bada OS version 2.0 and they are all very good phones.
Summary: Samsung Wave Y S5380 is a next generation touch based smartphone. Operated on Bada platform, this new mobile phone is a bag full of features. What makes this phone a hit among the consumers is its powerful performance, clean UI and latest version of Bada OS.
Pros: Capacitive touchscreen , Integrated with Wi-Fi direct, means you can transfer the data much faster now , Decent build , All basic apps included , Excellent battery back-up
Cons: The web browser does not support Adobe flash , Low resolution and no LED flash in the camera , The low resolution of videos recorded is not suitable for bigger screens , Loudspeaker is a let down
Summary: The Samsung Wave Y Young is priced at Rs. 7,150. At this price tag, it directly competes with the Samsung Galaxy Y and the Spice Mi-350n . In terms of specs alone, the Spice Mi-350n might provide more bang for your buck, with a better camera and a larger screen, though it falls a bit short in...
Summary: Samsung Wave Y comes with Bada operating system, with TouchWhiz user interface, making it stand out in the crowded market of Android phones. Read to know how this black sheep performs. In this age of Android and iOS , Samsung is bold enough to release smartphones on its Bada platform.
Pros: Good looks, Chaton
Cons: Lack of apps for Bada, Connectivity issues with WiFi, Slow processor
Обзор смартфона Samsung S5380 Wave Y: мы выбираем, нас выбирают
25 June 2013
Conclusion: Разговорный динамик средний по громкости, в шумных местах приходится разговаривать на предельной мощности. Звонит телефон не очень громко, на улице его далеко не всегда слышно. Вибросигнал тоже чувствуется не всегда, в джинсах его можно и не ощутить.
Excerpt: De Samsung Waye Y (S5380) is een budgettelefoon die gebruik maakt van het Bada, het eigen besturingssysteem van de Zuid-Koreaanse fabrikant zelf. Hij is compact, heeft een 3.2 inch touchscreen en door goede connectiviteit kan je simpel en snel communiceren met je vrienden.