The Galaxy Y is a quad-band phone, meaning you can use it on almost any GSM network in the world. It also supports 3G through HSDPA (up to 7.2Mbps). Unlike other phones in this price range, Samsung have bundled Wi-Fi ‘n’. You also get Bluetooth 3.0 and 180 MB of internal storage. The stock browser does a decent job of rendering web pages, but it’s not the best experience, owing to the low resolution screen.
Keyboard feels a bit cramped if you have chubby fingers
Some productivity apps
Good camera interface but the sensor it self is quite poor
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