Review: Samsung Galaxy Y S5360
Galaxy Y is one of the cheapest Android Phone running on Gingerbread of Samsung. Yes! The Android OS, v2.3.5 (Gingerbread), with its CPU of 830 MHz ARMv6 is surprising because of its price!
It offers a full smartphone experience that suits on your budget!
The things that makes my eyebrow to cross are:
-Low Screen Resolution that makes you limit the applications that may be available in the Android Market.
-The icons are a bit pixelated. Graphics of phone is very important because it gives your phone more powerful compared to others.
-It does not support Adobe Flash Player. Although Adobe discontinued updating Adobe Flash Player to mobile phones, Galaxy Y has lacking this feature, that is important for Internet addicts.
-No camera Flash and No dedicated Camera button. Flash is important in a phone especially night, and the button commonly on right is one of the first to look if you are using your phone more on capturing images.
-No secondary camera. Video Call is one of the popular means of communication, lacking its secondary camera is not just a big deal if you are not into video calling.
Dimensions: 104 x 58 x 11.5 mm
Weight: 97.5 g
The phone is not bad, but not that best in this era. With its price itself, it is really worthy and absolutely for young and novice smartphone users, that focuses on the connectivity and good social skills.
If you are a first time smartphone user, looking for Android Gingerbread OS, and has enough budget, I am recommending this Galaxy Y!