???, 26 Nov 2011guys, Galaxy Y s5360 & wave 525,,wch 1 z gud??? i sold my wave to buy this one,believe me bada is much behind plus bada 2 will not support all features as it has a very low procesor
DONT BUY IT.....its just 2 days since i bought this phone and i encountered many problems.....phones bluetooth is not up to the level....battery backup is very poor.....it restarts while messaging.....camera quality is not good......resolution is again is very poor.....summing up....not a very good phone to buy.......
Hello Guys! I just bought Samsung Galaxy Y today and I'm having trouble setting the Message alert tone to the MP3 sound of my choice. I don't see any option on how to use my MP3 songs as my message alert tone. Will you guys please help me...? Your immediate response is highly appreciated. Thanks much! by the way my name is Maki..
dont waste money on galaxy y I would say its waste low resolution,ram,camera, worst multitasking better if can you spend 10k then go for LG optimus net
Must read this before buying galaxy y
chamal, 25 Nov 2011plz tell me hw can i update my samsung galaxy y to gingerbread 2.3.6 version or for android 4.0? ICS 4.0 is way too heavy for this phone. Buy Galaxy S 2 if you wish to use ICS 4.0
chrivinz, 25 Nov 2011hi guys! just wanna ask what are the downers of this mobile?can u you explain.i couldn't understand.
Anonymous, 25 Nov 2011Is there really a back light for the menu and back keys?no difficult to use in night.
Kamrock, 25 Nov 2011Does the hardware allow it to be upgraded to Android 4.0?no because it is vaon in performance...... sluggish phone
in the review of gsmarena they said that there is no earphone in the packet of this phone. Is it true?
I've had this smartphone close to one month now. All I can say is if only for the Gingerbread 2.3.5 OS, this one is a winner. Other better known and high-end phones in N. America and Europe are only getting nowadays their upgrade to Gingerbread, and many others are still stuck with Froyo. This is not to mention the advent of Ice Cream Sandwich which is the future of Android OS. So yeah, for a entry-level smartphone with Gingerbread onboard, this piece of wonder is sure a jackpot.