kier, 13 Oct 2011is this phone dual sim? please answer.No it is single sim
kier, 13 Oct 2011is this phone dual sim? please answer.Galaxy y have no dul im option & I think Dual sim affects the speed of net browsing in android O/S sets
kier, 13 Oct 2011is this phone dual sim?
please answer.no sir its singal sim
hey i want to know that the resolution of galaxy y does effect in gaming. Can i play all type of games in it?
kier, 13 Oct 2011is this phone dual sim? please answer.Its not a dual sim, its a single GSM sim card phone.
hey, it's better to buy galaxy mini or galaxy y? I was really confused because the galaxy mini have bigger memory than galaxy y, but the galaxy y have stronger processor than mini. oh ya, anyone know the type of the gpu? it's same with mini or different?
roopu, 13 Oct 2011i bought this phone and i really started liking this little mobile. it has a very nice touch s... moreReally nice phone?frnd plz reply me about its RAM memory..is it better than pop?pop has 384 ram..i also want 2 buy it.plz tell me its ram memory as quick as possible..Should i go with it?or pop/optimus one?i m cnfusd..first tell me its ram memory.
y, 12 Oct 2011there is no front camera.. you cant expect much more at this price from samsung.hellooooo....what you expect
i bought this phone and i really started liking this little mobile. it has a very nice touch screen which is responsive good processor, good looks and 2.3.5 gingerbread for its price.........i got the phone for 7150 INR. (--) little bit low battery life. for me it lasts abt one andhalf day......cant expect more......overall a very good phone
i am not able 2 send forwarded msg's ,, the option doen appear,,, can any1 help me out ???
Tried the Galaxy Y in Samsung showroom yesterday and compared with the Galaxy Mini (Pop). The accelerometer (orientation sensor) did not work smoothly, device had to be completely tilted before it worked. Also, I found typing quite difficult on the phone even in landscape mode, since even in the landscape mode, the screen width is quite small.
To put it succintly, the experience with the Y was underwhelming. The Pop was somewhat better. I'd come ready to buy but postponed the decision.
Later in the day, I tried out the Nokia C5-03 resistive touch keyboard. Typing was smoother, although it did not seem to have word prediction feature. The screen was also more joy to look at at.
Bottomline, the screen is important. Basic android models are not upto snuff in this department yet. My suggestion would be to wait for upcoming Samsung (plus icecream sandwich) and Nokia World events, and then decide based on the new handset announcements.
Only if the Nokia 500 were cheaper, I'd go with that phone over the Y.