Runs on Android Gingerbread.
Touch-screen is nothing to write home about.
Processor is often sluggish.
By LetsGoMobile on October 28, 2012
W ith the Galaxy Y, Samsung has introduced an Android smartphone with many functions, which is accessible to a broad public. That is certainly the case, with a price just over € 100, (at the moment the most inexpensive device-only Galaxy Y costs...75
By DigitalVersus on September 27, 2012
The Galaxy Y could find vocation as an emergency replacement for when your mode advanced smartphone breaks or gets lost or stolen. Who knows, with a better screen we might have been able to recommend...40
By Wired UK on May 02, 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Y is a budget Android aimed at Y for Youth, and offers a basic spec for a basic price. It will stand up against many budget phones but the recent Huawei Ascend G300, with its four-inch screen and 1GHz processor, shows that the...70
By CNET UK on April 13, 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Y is an okay starter smart phone for kids, but budget Androids are getting increasingly capable so your money could be better spent...60
By CIOL on March 05, 2012
Build Quality, Display and ErgonomicsGalaxy Y has a capacitive touch screen with a good touch response. It loses points on display because the low resolution on the 3" screen makes web surfing and video watching a pain.The phone has a sturdy body with...-
By TechRadar on February 16, 2012
We've now updated our review to reflect our findings with a fully working version of the Samsung Galaxy Y - including a price drop to under £90. Samsung wants to cater for a range of users, not just those wanting the biggest, fastest and most...60
By Good Gear Guide on February 09, 2012
Provided you don't expect it to effectively compete with more expensive phones, the Samsung Galaxy Y is great value for money. A tiny screen and average battery life do dampen its appeal, but the Galaxy Y remains a good budget...70
By PC Advisor on January 23, 2012
With Skype text input and Navigon's turn-by-turn GPS application, the Samsung Galaxy Y appears to offer plenty of bang for your buck....60
By Tech2 on January 18, 2012
The Galaxy Y goes for a street price of Rs.7,350, which puts it on the same lines as the Micromax A70 and the Spice Mi-350n. You might find it for a little lower in places like Delhi, however. If you want switchable back covers, then it'll cost you...65
By 3G UK on December 29, 2011
We don’t all need or want a fancy smartphone with more features than we can shake a stick at – and for anyone who wants a pretty basic phone, but wants to try out the Android OS at an affordable price, this is a great start. Okay, it’s...70