Ignore this one!
The Y in Galaxy Y stands for 'young' and that's exactly what this phone delivers -- a starter smart phone for kids. Its budget screen probably won't even impress the under 10s, but for playing Angry Birds, checking Facebook and ignoring phone calls from parents, this device can suffice.
The basic 3” LCD display has 240x320 pixels of resolution, but it is fairly bright, and the viewing angles are decent. A slightly larger screen with better resolution would have managed to set it further apart, since now it sports a display equal to the previous lowest of the low from Samsung. Even at that small size, the interface still looks grainy due to the crappy resolution.
-Quad-Band GSM and dual-band 3G support
-7.2 Mbps HSDPA
-3” 256K-color QVGA TFT touchscreen
-ARMv6 830MHz processor, 290MB user available RAM
-Android OS v2.3.5 (Gingerbread) with TouchWiz UI
-160MB of internal storage, hot-swappable MicroSD slot, 2GB card included
-2MP fixed-focus camera with geotagging
-GPS receiver with A-GPS
-Stereo FM radio with RDS
-3.5mm audio jack
-Accelerometer and proximity sensor
-Swype text input
-MicroUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth 3.0
-Social network integration
-Low screen resolution limits choice of apps
-No touchscreen haptics
-Fixed focus camera
-No secondary camera
-No camera flash, no dedicated camera key
-QVGA video recording @ 15fps
-No earphones in the bundle
-No Adobe Flash support
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