Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is one of the new Android Smartphone launched by Samsung in its Galaxy Series. Galaxy Y is a youth oriented phone that is feature packed and is not too heavy on the pockets. It somewhat resembles Samsung Galaxy S in terms of design but unfortunately Galaxy Y only has a 3-inch touchscreen display which makes user experience on Galaxy Y poles apart from that on Galaxy S.
Samsung Galaxy Y Smartphone costs less than Rs. 7,000, is loaded with Android v2.3.5 Gingerbread and several other features that mid-range Android Smartphones have. If you’re looking to buy this Android Smartphone for yourself, your kid or your sibling, continue reading pros and cons of buying this phone.
Pros and Cons of Buying Samsung Galaxy Y
- Capacitive touchscreen display
- Multi-touch input method
- TouchWiz User Interface
- 3.5mm stereo headset jack
- Large 160 MB internal memory (expandable up to 32 GB using microSD card)
- 3G and Wi-Fi enabled
- Bluetooth v3.0 + A2DP with HS (high speed data transfer over Wi-Fi network)
- Android OS v2.3.5 Gingerbread
- Powerful 832 MHz processing unit
- Supports WMV and WAV file formats
- QuickOffice Document Viewer and Editor
- Large talktime of 17 hr on 2G and 6 hr 20 m on 3G network
- Budget Friendly
- Display screens support only 256K colors
- Only 2-megapixel camera with no autofocus and flash
- Records videos at only 15fps
- Display resolution is not optimized for the small 3.0-inch display
- Texting is difficult without Swype
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Samsung Galaxy Y is a budget friendly Android phone designed for people who want to try our Android OS and its apps without spending too much money. It is a really nice handset for students and for gifting purposes.
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