The Youth Can Now Level App with the Samsung Galaxy Y



Mobile phones are no longer the luxury they used to be a decade or so ago. Nowadays, they are considered a necessity thanks to all those features that really make life easier. And perhaps one of the most demanding segments of society that feels a need to keep up with today's fast-paced lifestyle and the latest trends, are the youth.

Much as a lot of us parents would like otherwise, we have to acknowledge that many young people want to be first in wearing the hottest fashion and having the most high-tech gadgets. Unfortunately, higher end items are usually more expensive than what they can afford with their allowances.  


This is where Samsung Galaxy Y comes in. It is the brand's entry-level and first Android Smartphone available at a reasonable price tag. According to Samsung, whoever thought that the words 'budget' and 'smartphone' do not go together has just been proven wrong.

Here are some of the features users can expect from the Samsung Galaxy Y: (1) it's powered by an 832 MHz processor and HSDPA module of up to 7.2Mbps; (2) it runs on an Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system that lets teens browse through websites, check emails, and play various media smoothly and with less lag; (3) its users can access over 150,000 apps available in the Android Market to consolidate their preferences in social networking, gaming, music, and more; (4) it has a 2-megapixel camera and a 3-inch LCD display with 240x320 pixel QVGA resolution; (5) it has a TouchWiz user interface that allows users to customize menus to express individuality; (6) it weighs just 98g and slips easily into jeans pockets without the bulky look.


In the press release I was given, I read that music junkies can play DJ anytime, anywhere while budding photographers can create masterpieces with a touch of the Galaxy Y's screen. On the other hand, gaming aficionados can show off their high scores to friends while the sociable teens would easily be able to keep up with their contacts while on-the-go.

If you're in the market for an Android smartphone, consider checking out the Samsung Galaxy Y to "app-grade" your old phone now :)


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