Smart Phones

Indian Market get the Samsung Y Plus

by Imran ShoukatMarch 14, 2013

Most of smartphone market is revolving around Apple’s iPhone and the Samsung smartphones. This time the Samsung lovers are just waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S4 which probably should be announced tomorrow, but there is a new device that Samsung has just released and official in the Indian market. It is the Samsung Galaxy Y Plus which is just an upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Y. The Galaxy Y Plus has a 2.8-inch LCD touchscreen with resolution of 240 by 320 pixels. It is powered by a single-core 850MHz processor, has a 2MP main camera.


The Galaxy Y Plus has a 1,200mAh battery and weighs about 100grams. It also has a 4Gb storage and a slot for microSD cards. Supports Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G and 2 SIM cards can be used simultaneously. The Galaxy Y Plus has a Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and would cost you about 8,000 rupees ($150).

Source: Geeky-Gadgets

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Imran Shoukat
The Author is a U.A.E.(Dubai) based Amateur Magician. Have performed at various local and International events. Specialize in Conjuring Magic and Close-up. The Author has been the Gold Medalist of the IBM UAE competition 2002. Apart from Magic Shows the author is an Electronic Engineering Hobbyist, a Pro Blogger, holds a Commercial Pilots License & a B.Sc in Marketing.