The Samsung Galaxy Y Plus Steals the Show!
As the world holds their breath in anticipation of the latest and greatest smart phone from Samsung, the Galaxy S IV the company is continuing their march into mobile dominance by launching another Galaxy halfway around the globe. Samsung may be better known as the company that makes the Galaxy S, but it’s the smaller lesser known phones that keep the Samsung train chugging along. The Samsung Galaxy Y Plus is a phone you most likely have never heard of and may never get your hands on. While the Galaxy S IV flagship launch is just a few hours away, the Y Plus is born!
The Samsung Galaxy Y Plus is a small, powerful little handset that has just appeared on Samsung India’s website. Last year Samsung introduced the Galaxy Y Duos Lite aka, the Galaxy Pocket DUOS which carry the model number GT-S5302. The latest iteration of the Y comes with a model number of GT-S5303, which means its better…right? This latest handset comes into this world running the likes of Android version 4.0 aka Ice Cream sandwich. It features a rather small, but functional 2.8 inch QVGA touch screen that offers up a 240×320 pixel resolution. Internally the Y Plus will pack in an 850 MHz single core chip set that will chug along with 4 GB of internal memory and expandable microSD memory options. The Y Plus also packs in a 1200 mAh battery, GPS, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, micro USB and a 3.5mm headset jack. You can also expect a 2 mega pixel camera and an FM radio feature. The new Galaxy Y plus, while not a huge improvement to the original, does beef up the processor, memory and adds in Ice Cream Sandwich, but shrinks in screen size a bit. The Galaxy Y is currently sitting pretty on Samsung’s India website and is expected to cost about 8000 INR, which currently translates into about $147 bucks.
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