The Young is strapped with a two megapixel fixed focus camera on the back, and a VGA on the front. You might even mistake the front camera to be a sensor of sorts, because it doesn’t show up in the camera settings, and that is definitely a downer. It’s available only for video calling via your network, and the App store still doesn’t have any video chat applications, so that may be a restriction to some. Add to it, that you won’t be able to click self portraits. Anyway if you’re hell bent on wanting to use it as a mirror, (as if that counts!) pressing *#0*# on the home screen allows you to view the front camera.
Cannot choose the front camera
Back to the main camera – it’s a fixed focus one and doesn’t consist of an LED flash. At best, the phone is suitable for casual photography and outdoor shots. Anything indoors or with low lighting will come up with disappointing results. Video recording is limited to HVGA at 30 fps. This one too doesn’t particularly impress with quite a bit of colour banding.
good for casual snaps
The Wave Y comes with a 1,200 mAh battery powering a 3.2-inch screen. In our video drain test, the phone lasted for an astonishing ten hours and forty minutes easily surpassing the times we’ve seen on the other Android phones and a cool forty minutes above the Galaxy Y. In our loop test, the phone lasted for three hours of calling with 2G on, four hours of video, five hours of audio (which included one and a half hour of streaming via Wi-Fi). This only means a good thing for Bada and those wanting a phone with a powerful battery life.
A worthy buy?
The Samsung Wave Y Young is priced at Rs. 7,150. At this price tag, it directly competes with the Samsung Galaxy Y and the Spice Mi-350n. In terms of specs alone, the Spice Mi-350n might provide more bang for your buck, with a better camera and a larger screen, though it falls a bit short in processing speed. But, if you’re looking for brand value, you’ll be more inclined towards either the Galaxy Y or the Wave Y. Whilst the Galaxy Y gives you the all important Android market, it’s that tiny bit smaller in terms of screen size and resolution, than the Wave Y. The only thing that holds the Wave Y back, is the lack of app support in the market.
If you want a nice stable experience on a phone, then the Wave Y is definitely a good option, but if you’re more interested on what games and apps your phone will run, the Androids are a better bet.
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