White Samsung Galaxy Y Launched in UK
At IFA, Samsung introduced a lot of new devices like the Samsung Galaxy Y, which was first available in black. Now the phone is being launched in UK by Phones4U, and they’ve launched it in white, which should appeal to a younger crowd. They are offering the device on a pay-as-you-go plan for £79.95. Or you can just get it for free on different plans from O2, Orange, Vodafone or T-Mobile.
As an entry-level device, the phone comes with Android 2.3, an 830MHz processor, a 3-inch QVGA display, TouchWiz UI, 2MP camera, , 180MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support. It’s decent for people seeking a low-end device, especially teenagers.
So is anyone in the UK planning to grab this little guy? Sound off in the comments!
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