Samsung Galaxy Star Duos GT-5282 Vs Samsung Galaxy Y S5360- Two low budget Android smartphones

Samsung Galaxy Star Duos Vs Samsung Galaxy Y

Smartphone manufacturer Samsung has launced two brand new low budget Android smartphones which will cost you around Rs. 6,000/-. Yes you spelled right! They are grabbing the low budget smartphone market needs with two piece of cool Android powered handsets. Read this article to know exactly which one will fulfill your exclusive needs.

Exclusive specifications: Samsung Galaxy Star Duos Vs Samsung Galaxy Grand Y

System specifications:

With 1 GHz processor, Samsung Galaxy Star Duos stop on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system with 512 MB RAM, 4 GB of internal memory and 32 GB of expandable external memory. This phone is quite fast with its next generation Android OS and core processor.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Y runs on Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread operating system with 830 MHz ARMv6 core processor. This model posses only 180 MB internal memory powered by external 32 GB microSD card. Along with an older version Android and a quite low range RAM of 290 MB, this smartphone will give a much slower user experience.

Display specifications:

With almost same quality of TFT capacitive multi-touch 3-inch and 320×240 px LCD touch screen, both the Galaxy Star Duos and Galaxy X smartphones from the home of Samsung gives almost the same kind of user experience.

Camera and Audio-Video Output measures:

Both Samsung Galaxy Star Duos and Samsung Galaxy Y smartphones comes with built-in 2 MP rear camera with 1600×1200 pixels of screen resolution with no LED flash. In addition to this, Samsung Galaxy Y comes with an extra feature of Geo Tagging.
With a 3.5 mm audio jack, featured FM radio with RDS & recording and an exclusive mp3 player, Samsung Galaxy Star Duos will give you the ease of music experiences, while Samsung Galaxy Y will give you a much better musical experience with a 3 mm audio jack output with their Stereo FM with RDS and recording system. In addition to these, Galaxy Y smartphone posses 15 fps QVGA video recording system.

Connectivity features:

Samsung Galaxy Star Duos GT-5282 gives connectivity options with their Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, AVReP, GA, HPP and a micro USB port. For internet access, EDGE supported 2G, 3G and Wi-Fi support gives ease of connectivity. The main con of this handset is that it doesn’t comes with a built in GPS navigation system.

Battery specifications:

Both Samsung Galaxy Star Duos and Samsung Galaxy Y Android smartphones comes with 1200 mAh Li-ion battery. This gives both the handsets a standby duration of around 80 hours on 2G and around 54 hours on 3G networks with 17 hours of 2G talktime and around 6 hours of 3G talktime battery backup while charging fully.

SIM support:

With always ON 2 SIM support feature Samsung Galaxy Star Duos smartphone will be a best choice if you are looking for a dual SIM low budget smartphone, while Samsung Galaxy Y doesn’t have dual SIM support at all.

Color range:

While Samsung Galaxy Star comes with only black colour having no other choice, on the other hand Galaxy Y comes with multiple color ranges to choose among black, white, metalic grey with changable back covers of dark black, pearly white, fruity orange, bubblegum pink and silver platter.

Price range:

Samsung Galaxy Star Duos GT-5282 comes with an MRP of Rs. 4990/- while Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 comes with an MRP of Rs. 5829/-.

Conclusion:

If you are looking for a faster smartphone with a low budget range, then I’ll suggest you to go for a Samsung Galaxy Star Duos GT-5282 Android Jelly Bean smartphone. If you are searching for a better video recording experience, then you can go for Samsung Galaxy Y S5360.

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