Friday, December 23, 2011
Samsung Galaxy Y – Smartphone for the Youth
Recently launched in India, the Galaxy Y is Samsung’s continued attempt to bring full-featured, stylish Android-driven smartphones to the demanding yet budget-conscious young mobile users.
This stylish phone with a 3-inch 262K colour TFT touch display and a resolution of 320×240 pixels provides amazing video viewing and gaming. With an 832MHz processor and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, you get fast responses while a 2MP camera allows you to take pictures and videos on the go. A large virtual QWERYT keyboard makes texting fun and easy.
Connect with your friends using Social Hub for a more organized way of sending SMS and emails using one of the Samsung Galaxy Y’s many connectivity options including Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi or USB.
Many personal information management features like calendar, clock, alarm, calculator and memo books and call functions like caller-id, multi-party calls, speaker phones etc are built-in.
Having an internal memory of 160MB you can store a huge amount of phone book entries and SMSes and with the microSD card you can increase your storage space up to 32GB.
The TouchWiz UI gives an improved and colourful user interface having features like multi-touch and zoom making navigation easier.
Preloaded security application – ‘Find my Mobile’ helps you track your mobile if misplaced and remotely wipe all data in case of theft.
Available in vibrant youthful colours, you can choose the one that most suits your style. So get one of your own with just Rs.7,350/- in your pocket.
Labels: New Gadgets