Samsung GT-S6310 Galaxy Young
Dual SIM function.
Comfortable for small hands,.
High end build quality.
Fast flash memory.
A lot of RAM.
Modest battery life.
Camera produces muffled images.
Low resolution screen.
Viewing angles only ok in vertical direction.
By TrustedReviews on June 24, 2013
If your needs are basic, you could do worse than the Samsung Galaxy Young. It is £50 cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy Fame with a performance and spec that better matches its price tag. The Young might not set the smartphone world alight, but for a penny shy of £90 you will feel like you are getting good value.60
By Expert Reviews on June 17, 2013
Very cheap SIM-free, but compromised by its slow processor...60
By Wired UK on June 17, 2013
The Galaxy Young is a decent little smartphone but Samsung hasn't made it easy to choose between it and it's slightly more expensive cousin, the Galaxy Fame . The Fame has a better camera and a bigger screen, but the Young's screen is a...50
By 3G UK on June 14, 2013
With a low-res screen, single-core chip and basic features, we would expect to pay less than £100 for the Samsung Galaxy Young. With that sort of pricetag we'd have happily recommended it as a cheap starter phone for kids and smartphone...50
By tech.uk.msn.com on June 09, 2013
A woefully poor screen in terms of resolution and consistent lag spoil the good looks and rivals offer twice as much value in terms of specification and...40
By PCAdvisor on June 05, 2013
The Galaxy Young's low price and the fact it runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean are really all it has going for it. Its low grade hardware and dire performance mean that we'd rather have an alternative budget smartphone running Ice Cream Sandwich, or even Windows Phone 8, which can deliver in these key areas.50
By PC Advisor on June 05, 2013
The main draw of the Samsung Galaxy Young S6310 smartphone is the combination of its budget price tag – around £125 SIM-free – and the fact it runs on the (almost) latest Android operating system, version 4.1 Jelly Bean . See also :...50
By CoolSmartphone on May 28, 2013
Someone has sent us a Samsung Galaxy Y. If I’m honest I have absolutely no idea. The bag was ripped and this popped out. This is the slightly older Y, aka the “Young”, and not the one announced last week. You can get a locked one from...-
By GSMArena on May 22, 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Young doesn't do anything profoundly different compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Y. An HVGA screen and a 1GHz processor are actually the least you would expect, considering the two models are almost two years apart. The...-
By NotebookCheck on May 02, 2013
Are you looking for the cheapest possible smartphone , but with full-fledged Android? With the Galaxy Young Duos, Samsung does not only offer such, but also, thanks to the phone's compact size, it is decent for children and persons with small hands...83