If you are looking for a reliable and cheap Android smartphone, look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Y. The Samsung Galaxy Y(Young) is aimed at youngsters who want their first smartphone. Though you won't get the powerful hardware and high-end features of some of the premium smartphones but the phone does bring along a decent package without burning a hole in your pocket.
The handset showcases a 3 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display that has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The touchscreen is very responsive and you will enjoy using it. The resolution is not the best in today's world but that is a compromise you have to make for a budget handset. Just like the other phones in the Galaxy series, the design of the phone is brilliant and eye-catching. It is impossible to tell that the phone is a budget handset. Touchscreen is very responsive and you will enjoy using it. The USP of Samsung Galaxy Y
is Android v2.3 Gingerbread combined with Samsung's TouchWiz interface. It's 830 MHz ARMv6 single core processor handles all tasks effortlessly. Ofcourse you won't be able to use heavy apps and games but live wallpapers work without any problems. Users can download a wide range of apps from Google Play which are suitable for Galaxy Y.
Accessing social networking sites like Facebook, Google Plus Twitter is a cakewalk on the Samsung Galaxy Y. You can update your status messages, upload photos and videos directly from your phone. You can also upload the images and videos clicked using the phone's 2 megapixel camera. Users can also import their contacts from these sites. With the Galaxy Y in your hand, you will bever feel bored. It has a music and video player which can play all major media file formats. You can also tune in to FM radio on the go.
Samsung Galaxy Y certainly isn't the best out there but it offers good value for money. It is a good option for parents who are looking to buy a smartphone for their kids.