Samsung is not only famous for manufacturing high-end devices it also takes good care of low end squad as well. So while we enjoy the fully fledged flagships like Samsung Galaxy S3, budget conscious customers have a huge variety of low end stuff like Samsung Galaxy Pocket, Samsung Galaxy Y and Samsung Galaxy Mini 2. So let’s push the three low-end devices in the wrestling ring, we leave it to you to decide which one of the three is worth buying.
Samsung Galaxy Pocket is the lightest of the three, it is designed to fit in your pocket easily, the smartphone is only 97 grams in weight, Galaxy Y is 0.5 grams heavier than it while the Galaxy Mini 2 has 105.3 grams body.
The slightly heavier weight of Mini 2 is probably because of its 3.27 inches. The screen resolution of Galaxy Mini 2 is 320 x 480 pixels, Galaxy Y has 3.0 inches display with 240 x 320 pixels resolution. And Galaxy Pocket has the smallest screen size of 2.8 inches and 240 x 320 resolutions.
Obviously the smartphones are not powered by monstrous processors but nevertheless they don’t offer slow performance, Galaxy Pocket runs on single core 832 MHz processors, Mini 2 is powered by Qualcomm chipset clocking at 800 MHz while the Galaxy Y runs on 830 MHz ARM chips.
All the three phones don’t come preloaded with Ice Cream Sandwich but they let you experience Android Gingerbread coupled with TouchWiz. You can enjoy all the features of Android like widgets, multiple home screens, YouTube and apps from Google Play store.
One of the biggest problems with budget-friendly smartphones is that they don’t have enough RAM. Samsung Galaxy Pocket comes with 3GB of internal memory onboard which can be scaled up to 32 GB via microSd card, while Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 has 4 GB of internal storage that can be added up to 32 GB via microSD card and 512 MB of RAM. Galaxy Y has180 MB, 290 MB user available RAM and its internal storage is expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card.
Most of the wallet friendly phones won’t allow video chatting as they don’t feature front facing cameras. Our competitors have the same problem, they only feature a rear facing camera– Galaxy Mini 2 features 3.15 MP, on the contrary Galaxy Pocket and Galaxy Y have 2 MP cameras.
Galaxy Y has 1200 mAh battery in its compartment which offers 6 h 20 min of 3G talk-time, Galaxy Pocket has the same battery which allows 5 h 40 min of 3G talk-time while the 1300 mAh provide juice for 6 h 50 min of 3G talk-time.
So which Galaxy star will be your choice for budget Android phones— Samsung Galaxy Pocket, Samsung Galaxy Y or Samsung Galaxy Mini 2?
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