Samsung S5360 Galaxy Y Sim Free Mobile Phone – Metallic Gray

November 8, 2014 - Comment

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Product Features

  • Trendy and compact design
  • User-friendly Smart platform
  • Great fun experience
  • Google Smart Services
  • Android Gingerbread Operating System

Comments

KM says:

A great first android phone This phone is aimed at the ‘youth’ market, hence the ‘Y’. I never bought mine from this seller but from another offering £10 O2 airtime on Amazon. . . this is part of my review for the one I bought a few months ago now. . . hopefully you will find it helpful.I bought this phone for my son for his 14th birthday. I’m not buying him a BlackBerry/HTC or higher spec phone than this as I feel his lifestyle of a lazy swine who doesn’t look after his stuff doesn’t warrant it plus this is an Android phone and so he still has access to the app market and can tweet, fakebook and whatever other social websites are out there! Can you tell I hate them! :)The Galaxy Y is a great little device measuring 104 x 58 x 11.5mm and housing a 3-inch QVGA (240×320) TFT touchscreen.The screen is certainly small compared to my HTC desire HD, but Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) still works well -albeit looking rather grainy due to the low-res TFT display but that won’t bother…

Mr. Cj Silk "silk_cj" says:

Well worth the saving I am 34 and therefore not the typical target audience for the Galaxy Y. People often assume that most owners will be kids or school age. So what if, like me, you’re older than that and are simply wondering if this phone makes the saving on your monthly tariff worthwhile?For me, definitely yes. I have had absolutely no trouble surfing the internet with ease, downloading and using apps including viewing maps, and although the screen is small, typing texts is still faster than my old keypad phone. I wouldn’t have thought this was a starter level phone were it not for the word ‘Young’ when you switch it on.You do notice the difference in screen size and resolution when you see higher-spec phones, and the keyboard is fiddly if you have large fingers. But then my same tariff with a (still fairly basic) Samsung Galaxy Ace would be £60 a year more, and £120 a year more if I’d chosen the Galaxy SIII Mini. They’re more advanced phones, but for me I simply don’t think the…

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