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Samsung Galaxy Y review
Ilse Jurriën : November 1st 2012 - 18:25 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy Y review at LetsGoMobile : The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is a highly affordable, user-friendly phone for a broad public, which runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Y, also known as the Galaxy Young, has a 3-inch QVGA TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The Android smartphone has a 832 Mhz processor, and next to WiFi, there is also UMTS and HSDPA internet. The Samsung Galaxy Y is a very interesting smartphone with which Samsung targets youngsters that want a lot of options for little money. LetsGoMobile has thoroughly examined the Galaxy Y.

• Read the full Samsung Galaxy Y review at LetsGoMobile.

Samsung Galaxy Y review

Samsung Galaxy Y review
LetsGoMobile says: "The Galaxy Y may be one of the most inexpensive Android smartphones at the moment, but the Samsung Y certainly does not look cheap. With the 3-inch screen, it is not the most popular cell phone right now, but the Galaxy Y is comfortable to handle. The dimensions are 10.4 x 5.8 x 1.2 cm. and the camera only weighs 98 grams. In terms of design, the Samsung Galaxy Y resembles the Mini, Gio, and the newer Galaxy Ace. You can easily and quickly access the applications through the user-friendly TouchWiz interface with quick panel."

Review Samsung Galaxy Y

Review Samsung Galaxy Y
LetsGoMobile concludes: "With 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. Also in terms of performance and features that are possible through the Android 2.3 operating system, the Samsung Y can surely compete with more expensive smartphones on the market. Besides, the Galaxy Y has a very user-friendly operation thanks to Samsung’s Touchwiz interface."

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