Samsung officially outs Galaxy Y – Gingerbread for 5,990

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Android devices are just getting more affordable by the minute, and it seems Samsung wants to dominate the entry-level Android market. The Korean company has just officially launched the Galaxy Y at an event earlier today which promises to give younger users a feature packed smartphone at a price they can afford.

So, what can users expect from the Galaxy Y? Well, first off, don’t think that the device is a slouch just because it’s aimed at students – it’s possibly the fastest entry level device currently out, as it sports a 832 MHz processor, which is usually reserved for mid-end devices. Other specs include a 3-inch 240×320 resolution touchscreen, HSDPA connectivity (up to 7.2 Mbps) and full access to the Android Market. All that in a package that retails for Php 5,990. How’s that for affordable?

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