Samsung galaxy alpha memory card slot to be confused with Samsung Galaxy Young. Android-based smartphone by Samsung, announced in August 2011.
Its main features are 3G connection with speeds up to 7. Galaxy Y features Android 2. It also has a standard 3.
The device consists of an 832 MHz ARMv6 processor, 290 MB RAM, 190 MB of internal storage and supports up to 32 GB of removable storage through a microSD card. The phone has a 2 MP camera, a screen with a 240×320 resolution and a multitouch interface with the optional SWYPE virtual keyboard. The phone offers connectivity options such as HSDPA 3G connection up to 7.
The phone also offers Remote Controls which allows phone to be locked, tracked and data to be wiped remotely. The Galaxy Y originally ran on Android 2. An official upgrade to Android 2. On the back of the device is a 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera without flash that can record videos in up to a maximum QVGA resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy Y does not have a front-facing camera and not even a secondary microphone for Noise Cancellation, likely due to cost cutting measures. S5360T, S5363, S5367, S5368, and S5369.
Differences can be in baseband, SAR levels, colour, case design, carrier-branding and lock status. 850 and 1900 MHz UMTS bands. S5363 is typically used as a carrier-rebranded variant by O2. S5369 is a carrier-locked variant for the Italian market.
S5367 is Galaxy Y TV, which was released in April 2012. 2 GB MicroSD card, multitouch support, and a 3. Galaxy Y Duos, phone with dual SIM cards support.