Pocket-Lint: Remember the Samsung cryptic code when it comes to naming handsets? Remember what Y stands for?
That's right - yoof, innit. Or rather "Young" as the Sammy marketing team would no doubt prefer. And following the launch of the two "Young" Android 2.3-powered smartphones at this year’s IFA trade show in Berlin, the Samsung Galaxy Y and Galaxy Y Pro, we've now a new pair for the Y club; the Samsung Galaxy Y Duos and the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos.
TechRadar: Budget Android smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Y are an attractive proposition on paper. Who wouldn't want to spend less than £100 for a smashing PAYG Android mobile phone?
The competition is rife at this end of the market. HTC is in there with its Wildfire S and Samsung has a couple of fingers in the pie already with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Europa and Samsung Galaxy Mini. The one to beat is still Orange's San Francisco though. So, how does the Galaxy Y stack up?
The Samsung Galaxy Y is one little step above dumbphones. It won’t be long before you know how big this step really was. Android is friendly, especially in a package like the Galaxy Y, and highly addictive. And there's plenty to explore.