October 10, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Y, a new youngster in the Android race..

Hello everyone, and thanks for all the comments I received from you in most of my last posts. 

Samsung recently launched 3 new smartphones, viz., Galaxy Y, Omnia W, and Wave 3.
But I wanted to tell you about the Galaxy Y, because it is balanced more on specs and less on price.
The Y here stands for generation youth on which it is targeted.

Priced at just Rs. 7130, this baby has a powerful 832MHz processor and 256mb of RAM. It also has a 3.0" capacitive touch screen with a QVGA resolution, which is not bad according to its price. And the main thing, it runs on the latest version of Android, i.e. 2.3.5 Gingerbread.

On the sad note, it has nothing to say. But only 2 megapixel camera may disappoint someone, but it can be easily digested if one looks on the advantages of this phone.

The screen, on the phone is extremely responsive (of course, its Samsung buddy) according to the reviews over the web. It supports all the multi touch inputs and gestures. And for the rejoice, Samsung has put its highly customizable TouchWiz 3.0 UI. But for me, LauncherPro or ADW launcher are first choice as they are much more customizable and smooth.

Please read, comment and share my post.
Regards,
Anurag Ganguly