Samsung Galaxy Y prices in Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy Y Malaysia is a phone that’s a few steps above old school smartphones, or what we could call now as dumbphones. For people who have yet to be introduced to the modern day smartphones, the Galaxy Y is a good phone to start with. It may not be a full with the latest technology, but it sure is a big step from yesteryear’s java powered flagship devices. Read more about this phone here!

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Samsung Galaxy Y Specs

Screen Size 3"
Display Resolution 240 x 320pixels
Pixel Density 133ppi
Water Resistant
Scratch Resistant
Rear Camera Resolution 2MP
Dual camera
Expandable Memory
Card Slot
Battery Capacity 1200mAh
Talk Time 17h
Processor Single Core
Operating System Android
Weight 97.5g
Body Material Unknown
Dimensions (W x H x D) 104 x 58 x 11.5mm
Release Year 2011
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 b/g/n
Dual SIM
SIM Card Mini-SIM
Virtual Reality Capable
Heart Rate Sensor
LED Notification Light
Face Recognition
Iris Scanner
Fingerprint Scanner
FM Radio
3D Touch


A Taste of Android Gingerbread

Despite being a low-end phone, the Samsung Galaxy Y Malaysia runs on Android Gingerbread 2.3.5. It’s topped with Samsung’s homemade launcher which is the TouchWiz, which works perfectly smooth with this version of the Android OS.

Basic Smartphone for Basic Needs

Surely, this device won’t win any recognition or awards pertaining to innovation and performance, but on the bright side, it offers a good enough smartphone experience for a shoestring price. The Galaxy Y Malaysia knows its target market, and it aims to deliver what matters for the young ones and the newbies to the smartphone arena.

The Galaxy Y is a smartphone that mainly focuses on social skills and connectivity because its strongest feature its ability to connect to a wireless network and browse the internet and social media. Another feature that can be greatly enjoyed in this device is its multimedia function like audio and video playback. It has a dedicated music player, courtesy of Samsung’s TouchWiz music player. As for its video player, it is plain and simple, but could already do the job as it supports many of the basic video formats, except for DivX or XviD videos due to its hardware limitations.

Swype Messaging

One of the earliest innovative features from Samsung is one of the key features of Galaxy Y Malaysia. The messaging feature of this device is straightforward and easy to use, and to make things easier, the keyboard is blessed with a feature that will make typing a lot faster and easier for the users – it’s called the Swype function. Users can simply slide their fingers from one letter to another in order to type a word. The phone’s dictionary will instantly form the words for you according to how your pattern of typing.

Basic Camera

The camera of the Galaxy Y Malaysia is definitely not one of its strongest features, however, it’s a budget phone, so basically you get what you pay for. However, 2MP is not so bad for a 3.0-inch screen phone – it’s there to serve its purpose, not to impress.

Samsung Galaxy Y Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2013-09-27
On 2011 August Samsung announced Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 GSM Smartphone which runs with Android OS, v2.3 Gingerbread and 883 MHz processor CPU. It is wight weight phone of 97.5 gm and has dimension of 104 x 58 x 11.5 mm. Phone works in both network 2G (GSM...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-05
Samsung Galaxy Y is one of the phones to Samsung's budget Android smartphone addition from last year. The Samsung Galaxy Y comes to you for a very reasonable price. For the common man this phone is surely really nice to use. The pricing on this phone is j...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-05
Samsung is giving more stress low-range handset, to make its capital and creating a strong position in the field of low-range phones. Samsung put forward its new handset Samsung Galaxy Y implies “YOUNG” . The handset comprises of low specifications and yo...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-01
Samsung's Galaxy product line is probably best known for the high-end models out there competing with the iPhones of this world. In the shadow of those deluxe models there are also a number of entry-level smartphones. Hardware.Info tested three of them,...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-28
L ast year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Y S5360, a highly affordable, user-friendly phone for a broad public, which runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Y, also known as the Young, has a 3-inch QVGA TFT LCD screen ...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-27
Low price, Very compact, Could be used as a portable music player (so long as you switch to a decent pair of headphones), Nice finish! Not something you see often at this pricepoint, Decent enough battery life for multimediaVery poorquality screen, Poor onscreen colour fidelity, General lack of responsiveness, Not much processing power (not enough for the latest games or for decent video playback), Camera isn't great
More compact and even cheaper than the Galaxy Mini 2, the Samsung Galaxy Y is one of a very few Android (2.3) handsets that can be picked up for under...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-04
832 MHz processor, Runs on Android 2.3Small screen makes it difficult to use
Say you wanted to get acquainted with Android and all of the things Android can do but don't want to break the bank. Then I recommend the Samsung Galaxy 7 for starters. Of course there's no denying that the Php 4,990 retail price with Smart's Netphone Edi...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-22
Nice and compact, 830MHz processor is faster than the chip in HTC's entry level Wildfire S, fairly quick and responsive touchscreen, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) softwareThe touchscreen only has a 240x320 pixel resolution so it's not designed for watching movies or editing images, Design, The Galaxy Y sits very comfortably in your hand, it's a nice shape and size, with a good weight to it. The back casing is contoured and...
The Samsung Galaxy Y sits at a very affordable price and isn't lacking in basic features. This is an entry-level smartphone that can't compare to more expensive devices in the Galaxy range for speed and performance, but it still holds its own against othe...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-02
Compact, good price, 2GB microSD card,Low quality screen, not very distinctive, poor battery life, basic camera functionality
"Y" means "Young" in Samsung's Galaxy vernacular, and that's where this budget Android is very much aimed.The budget Android space is rapidly getting more crowded, with the likes of the HTC Wildfire S, the Orange San Francisco 2, T-Mobile's Energy and ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-20
Inexpensive, Responsive touchscreen, Light in weight, Offers good social networking integration, Supports GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth, Bright displayLow battery life, Low resolution camera, No front camera, Just 160MB internal storage, Few lags
Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 will have the privilege of being the first Smartphone to many users. This one here coming in as the first will not be giving you too many features to have you engrossed with. But as it is the first so keep your expectations not very...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-13
Cheap to buy; microSD card slotPoor quality display; Low-power chip; Very small size limits its appeal
In this review Should I buy the Samsung Galaxy Y? Design Size and build quality Screen Software Performance Audio Camera Battery Conclusion 'Y' stands for 'Young' in Samsung's Galaxy-branded mobile universe and this diddy handset is clearly designed to...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-29
The Galaxy Y is Samsung's latest budget smartphoneIt may have taken time for phones that aren't just pebbles with Android branding to appear, but the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Y ( £100 inc. VAT ) are worth looking at for the price.The TouchWiz overlay h...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-05
Build Quality, Display and ErgonomicsGalaxy Y has a capacitive touch screen with a good touch response. It loses points on display because the low resolution on the 3" screen makes web surfing and video watching a pain.The phone has a sturdy body with ...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-16
Compact, Cheap, Good range of apps, Galaxy branding will appealLow resolution, small screen, Poor camera, Battery life suspect.
We've now updated our review to reflect our findings with a fully working version of the Samsung Galaxy Y - including a price drop to under £90. Samsung wants to cater for a range of users, not just those wanting the biggest, fastest and most media hungry...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-16
Compact, Cheap, Good range of apps, Galaxy branding will appealLow resolution, small screen, Poor camera, Battery life suspect
We've now updated our review to reflect our findings with a fully working version of the Samsung Galaxy Y - including a price drop to under £90.Samsung wants to cater for a range of users, not just those wanting the biggest, fastest and most media hungry ...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-10
Samsung has had a phenomenal year in phones, aided almost entirely by its spectacular flagship Google Android phones, the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Nexus. But Samsung is a huge company, and it sells many more phones, to cater for every price bracket. Dow...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-09
Competitive price, Attractive design, Good features listTiny screen, Average battery life
The Galaxy Y is powered by the 2.3 "Gingerbread" version of Google's Android operating system and Samsung has included its TouchWIZ UI over the top. The latter does add a few nifty features: toggles for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, silent mode and auto s...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-23
This is a preview, a full review will be uploaded when available. Android phones continually exceed our expectations when it comes to bang for your buck. A great example is the Samsung Galaxy Y. There isn't anything new or remarkable about the Galaxy Y...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-18
Budget Android devices are gaining popularity as the ‘high-end’ specifications are finally starting to trickle down to phones under Rs.10,000. Samsung’s latest Galaxy Y is one such example of an affordable, yet very much user friendly Android phone...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-06
The Samsung Galaxy Y is an affordable mid-range touchscreen phone that runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Not the highest-end phone out there, the Samsung Galaxy Y is aimed at those who want a phone to do the basics and aren't bothered about the latest and ...
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