Android does a well job in the department of entry-level and mid-range phones and it sure does earn good repo for the phone manufacturers. Samsung has been in this game from quite some time by introducing their series of Galaxy Y phones that have conquered the respect of Galaxy Mini, Gio and Fit to give a better option to users looking for reasonably priced smartphones
Now that Galaxy Y Duos S6102 has taken over the game, no doubt it will be easy for them to make some place in the game. It is the same as its predecessor having a bit bigger display screen with a higher-resolution snapper, more room for storage, extra battery power and most of all dual-SIM capability. Having these added features will sure return good for Samsung.
Here is what the Samsung galaxy Y Duos S6102 has to offer:
Key points : Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102
- Dual-SIM functionality (dual stand-by)
- Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) integrated with TouchWiz User Interface
- 3.14 inch 256K-color based QVGA TFT touchscreen display
- Support for Quad-Band GSM and dual-band 3G connectivity; 7.2 Mbps HSDPA
- 832MHz ARM V6 processor running inside with 290MB of RAM
- 3.15 Mega Pixel fixed-focus snapper with geo-tagging feature
- Onboard storage of up to 160 MB plus hot-swappable Micro SD card slot, 2GB card comes with the sales package
- Built-in social networking
- GPS receiver with A-GPS feature
- Micro USB port (charging supported) with stereo Bluetooth 3.0
- Integrated document viewer
- Accelerometer and proximity sensors
- Fixed-focus based camera
- Low screen resolution restricts the support of some apps
- Camera flash missing, lack of a dedicated key for camera
- Support for Adobe Flash missing
- QVGA based video recording @24fps is not up to the mark
- Lacks a secondary (front-facing) camera
This phone comes in the entry-level department and for those who want to keep things in budget. While it also lies in the different slot unlike its predecessor.
People having the urge of using dual SIM lines in one phone will surely prefer this phone to make things easy and flexible. And guys you are dealing with Samsung here, so don’t wrry about the Dual-SIM capability, it’s the best one in the market, but Android OS is sure a thing to experience with dual SIM feature. Support for Quad-band on both the SIM cards and dual-band 3G connectivity is sure a thing to thank Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102 build quality
The differences of both the runner and predecessor are quite small out of which the most distinguished is the lengthened Home button that is on the Galaxy Y Duos and a bit small on its predecessor. This phone has the rear made of rubber and the overall build quality is excellent.
Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102 display
The display measures at 3.14 inches which is a TFT based unit of QVGA (240 x 320) resolution that is a bit short on the specs table. While the images are extremely pixilated too, so this is a thing to worry. Moreover the screen has low contrast and insufficient brightness display that will hurt down the usability in outdoors.
Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102 design
Just under the display screen you will find a physical Home button and 2 capacitive buttons for Menu and Back options which gets light up when touched. Over the screen you will find an earpiece with proximity sensor. We sure are missing the sec-camera for video calls, but that’s a makeover for the other features. Besides the Galaxy Y Duos is a solidly packed in and clear-cut designed smart phone. Low cost and durability are sure its selling points.
This phone is also quite handy and can be operated by single hand easily because of its dimension. So, all these things are considered to uplift the usability of galaxy Y Duos and while with fewer aspects to argue for.
Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102 Dual SIM functionality
Dual-SIM support with quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support and dual-band 3G connectivity with HSDPA having download rates of up to 7.2 Mbps is sure a thing to enjoy.
Note: 3G connectivity can be used on only one SIM card at a time.
Samsung kept it plane for their Galaxy Y Duos S6102 to make it a budget-friendly phone having Dual-SIM capability with the power of Android. And keeping this in mind, they have done a terrific job!
Its Dual-SIM functionality will be admired by those who love having dual options for alternate. Users can enjoy reasonable message and calls plan on one SIM card and internet plans on another. So, this makes quite handy for users who are busy in their business.
Though it isn’t a great phone – considering its display screen quality and camera results, but counting in its cost-effectiveness we can neglect these issues. And as an entry-level Android smart phone, it has much to offer than usual.