Samsung has quietly slipped their entry level droid, the Galaxy Y Plus and Galaxy Young and both these smartphones can now be ordered from different e-commerce websites. The Galaxy Y Plus will take on from where the Galaxy Y will depart and Galaxy Young will be an altogether new smartphone.
Galaxy Y Plus comes with a 2.8 inch display and runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The smartphone will have a 850 MHz processor as its heart. It will support two GSM sim cards and will offer an internal storage of 4GB which can be expanded by 32GB via a microSD card. It will feature 3G, Wi-fi and Bluetooth for connectivity.
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A 1200 mAH battery will be powering the droid and it will be a nice upgrade for you if you currently own a feature phone. It will feature a 2 megapixel snapper at the back as well.
Galaxy Young will be a slightly more premium device and will come with a 3.27 inch touchscreen which has a resolution of 480×320 pixels. The heart will be a 1 GHz processor which will be complemented well by a 768 MB RAM. It will run on the latest flavour of Android, 4.1 Jelly Bean and it will also be a dual sim smartphone.
The internal memory will stand at 4GB with an option to expand it by 64GB courtesy the microSD card slot. A 3MP camera will be present at the rear. The connectivity options remain the same as the cheaper sibling and it will be powered by a 1,300 mAH battery.
The Galaxy Y Plus is available in Blue colour and the Galaxy Young will be offered in Blue, Red and White colour options to suit your needs. Samsung has been feeling the heat in the budget droid segment for a while since the Indian brands have started to garner a lot of attention. These two new droids will bring back a lot of people to Samsung but we would not get our hopes too high. The Galaxy Y Plus can be bought for Rs.6,290 whereas the Galaxy Young will retail for Rs.8,290. You can expect their offline prices to be cheaper by a couple of hundred rupees.