The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is a really small phone that fits very comfortably in the pocket without compromising on build quality. The Galaxy Y is also one of the least expensive Android smartphones you will find in the market. Thanks to its Android 2.3 OS, the Galaxy Y gets access to a ton of very useful apps and fun games.
The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 has a small average low-resolution screen that will hamper your ability to browse the Web or watch videos properly. The Galaxy also only has one camera which is not so great at shooting photos. The Galaxy Y also has a very average battery that's barely able to the last a day.
The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is a very inexpensive device but unfortunately that's not enough to make it worth recommending. If you're looking for an Android alternative, look at the Samsung Galaxy Pocket instead. If the mobile OS is not important then consider the Nokia Asha 303.
The Samsung Galaxy Y Mobile Handset supports a 3 inch TFT capacitive touch screen with 256K colors, 240 x 320 pixels display resolution. It is an affordable mobile handset targeted towards the young generation.
The Samsung Galaxy Y Mobile Handset is equipped with a 2 MP camera with 1600x1200 pixels screen resolution, Geo-tagging and video capture. The phone offers GPRS, EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
It supports Android Gingerbread OS with 830 MHz ARMv6 processor. Other features included are Accelerometer, proximity sensor, compass and Stereo FM radio with RDS. The phone supports image/video editor, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration and Quick office document viewer.