We were impressed with the media performance of the Galaxy Y and we’ve got a similar verdict for media playback on the Wave Y Young. The interface consists of neatly placed boxes of what you’ll need the most to control your music. Supported audio codecs include MP3, eAAC+, WMA and WAV but we couldn’t find any third party apps to try out the other codecs we had.
The phone comes with some really good quality in ear headphones. Couple them with the brilliant equalizer presets (trust us because they work THAT well) and you’ve got the best music experience you’ll get from a phone in that price bracket. There’s 5.1 channel surround sound as well and though it can’t be used in conjunction with the other presets, it offers its own variation to the music being played. The Wave Y deserves an A+ in this department.
The video player doesn’t offer anything different from the ordinary. Video codec support is limited to MP4 and H.264 and again you might have to stick to these formats, because we couldn’t source a free third party player from the Samsung App store.
At this price bracket, the Wave Y comes with some pretty interesting connectivity options. Firstly, there’s 3G, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, A-GPS, -NFC- (it’s available with NFC, but sadly not in India). In call voice quality is loud and clear. The loudspeaker comes to good use as well, and the phone has an integrated call recorder option.
Social networking integration is done pretty well with Twitter and Facebook for Bada. The stock Samsung Dolfin browser loaded pages pretty quick, but we did notice some lag while pinching to zoom, or while manoeuvring image heavy sites. Flash wasn’t supported but there’s HTML5 support. E-mail and contact transfer has been handled well and the phone easily pulls in contacts from your e-mail account.
The phone comes pre-loaded with Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and ChatON, Samsung’s latest multi-platform messaging service. There’s a voice recognition app called Viki that works pretty well.
ChatON, Voice recognition and Viki
There’s not too much in terms of extra content, besides the usual voice recorder and task manager. SocialHub has been featuring in all of Samsung’s smartphones and has been included on this one as well.
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