Samsung Galaxy Y plus is now available for Rs. 6,290 and the Samsung Galaxy Young handset for 8,290. Both these handsets support dual SIM, the Y plus powered by 850MHz and the Young handset is powered by 1GHz single core processor.
The specifications are not that impressive when compared with other low cost brands, but if you are looking for brand value this is the most you can get for the price.
Samsung Galaxy Y Plus S5303
It’s powered by 850MHz single core processor running ICS OS with 512MB RAM. The internal storage is 4GB with micro SD support. The screen is 2.8 inches with 320×240 pixels resolution (262K colors). Other features are 3G, 2G, 3.5mm jack, micro USB port, Wi-Fi and GPS with A-GPS / GLONASS support.
There is a single camera placed on the rear side of 2MP resolution. The handset weighs 96 grams with 12.98mm thickness. The battery is 1200 mAh with 350 minutes of talktime and up to 260 hours of standby time.
Price Rs. 6,290 (Available on Infibeam).
Samsung Galaxy Young S6312
The specs are slight better than the Y plus model. The Young comes with 3.27 inch TFT screen with 480×320 pixels resolution. The handset runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS with 1GHz single core processing power with 768MB RAM and 4GB internal storage.
This one too comes with a single camera placed on the rear of 3MP resolution. The handset weighs 112 grams with 12.5mm thickness. Other features are 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, micro USB, Bluetooth and 3.5mm jack.
The handset is priced at Rs. 8,290. (Available on Infibeam).
These young handset I guess have become too old for the Indian consumers.