Billed by Samsung as an affordable smartphone, the iPhone-styled Galaxy Y packs a reasonable 832MHz processor, and comes with latest version of Android onboard. It may be “cheap”, but adopters of the Galaxy Y will also be greeted by a decent 3-inch capacitive touchscreen, skinned in Sammy’ TouchWiz UI. Youngsters will be pleased to hear this offers one-touch access to Facebook and Twitter, alongside all of the usual pre-loaded goods.
Other features include a 2 megapixel rear-facing camera, HSDPA and WiFi connectivity, to 32GB of expandable memory, and Swype.
“Even if you’ve never used a smartphone before, you’ll find using the Samsung GALAXY Y is a breeze – whether you’re calling your mum, texting a mate or updating Facebook” Vodafone explains.
Over at Vodafone, the Samsung Galaxy Y is available for free on a 24 month £10.50 tariff, although this’ll get you a puny 100 minutes, 500 texts and no mobile data. To get a reasonable about of data you’ll have to bump this up to £26 each month, equipping the phone with 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB data.
Head over to Vodafone to see its full range of tariffs.