Android KitKat smartphone built for youngsters
Display and Design
The Samsung Galaxy Young 2 has been launched with a 3.5-inch LCD multi capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, also known as HVGA, and a pixel density of 165 ppi. It is packed in an 11.8mm thick body available in iris charcoal and white colors.
Processor and OS
At the heart of the smartphone, there is a 1GB processor built on a single core and further supported by a RAM of 512MB. The low amount of RAM could limit you from running multiple apps at once, or running high-end games. Despite of an affordable price tag, the handset runs the latest iteration of Android, the v4.4 KitKat.
Camera and Storage
In the camera department, the Samsung Galaxy Young 2 is equipped with a 3MP fixed focus shooter on the rear panel. The absence of any kind of camera on the front is disappointing. The onboard storage capacity of the handset is 4GB which can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD slot.
Battery and Connectivity
The connectivity package loaded in the Samsung Galaxy Young 2 includes features like 3G, GPS, Bluetooth v4.0, USB port, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and GPRS with EDGE. To ensure an uninterrupted service for a fair period of time, the phone is packed with a Li-ion battery of 1,300mAh.
The Samsung Galaxy Young 2 has been launched to give users access to the latest platform from Android without costing much. It is targeted mainly to youngsters who can't afford to pay a premium but are eager to explore the latest of the Android. However, it scores poor on the photography front, and the configuration is suitable for basic tasks only.