The Samsung Galaxy Y is the entry-level Galaxy smartphone. The Y types a part of Samsung's new smartphone naming convention, which consists of 5 categories: S (Super Smart) is for the extremely high-end smartphones, R (Refined) is for high-end, W (Wonder) is for upper mid-range, M (Magical) is for mid-range smartphones and Y (Young) is for entry-level smartphones.
The Galaxy Y runs on Android v2.3 and weighs just 98g. Its a gorgeous, compact smartphone with an eye-catching price tag. The 3 inch touchscreen comes with Samsungs TouchWiz interface. On the back from the phone there's a 2 megapixel camera, which sounds mediocre yet truly produces fine images and video. The Galaxy Y comes using a range of Google integrated applications that consist of Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Talk, Piscasa as well as a Speedy office document viewer. Plus there is certainly access to thousands of other applications by way of Google Play Retailer.
Other functions consist of GPS for navigation, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a USB connection. The stereo FM radio with RDS is actually a handy extra, and a great music player can also be included with memory expandable to 32GB.