Samsung Galaxy Pocket
With the whole Android world looking up to the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung have silently decided to take over the entry range market by launching the Samsung Galaxy Pocket. The Galaxy Pocket is very similar to the Galaxy Y in terms of specification and the Galaxy Pocket has a smaller screen than its bigger brother. The Galaxy Pocket rings a few bells and makes sure that it fits rightly in the pocket, hence the name. The 2.8 inch Galaxy Pocket fits perfectly in the pocket and is powered by an able 830 MHz processor and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The Galaxy Pocket has all round connectivity with 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and microUSB. There is a 2MP camera on the back of the Galaxy Pocket.
Samsung Galaxy Pocket – Buying Advice
Why you should buy the Samsung Galaxy Pocket?
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread
- 832MHz processor
- 4GB Internal storage – 3GB user available
- 384MB RAM
- 2MP camera
- microSD Card support
- 2.8inch screen
- Pixel Density of 143ppi (Better than Galaxy Y)
- Compact Design
- Good Audio Quality
- Good connectivity – 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS with A-GPS and microUSB
- Supports Adobe Flash
- Very affordable price – Rs7200
Why you should not buy the Samsung Galaxy Pocket?
- Very average screen
- Very small screen
- Poor pixel density – 143ppi
- Poor Build Quality
- No secondary camera
- Very poor photo clarity
- Useless video clarity
Samsung Galaxy Pocket- Bottomline
The Samsung Galaxy Pocket is designed for the pockets with affordable budgets. The Samsung Galaxy Pocket is here to compete with Galaxy Y and it looks like it will do it. The Galaxy Pocket was announced with a smaller screen and hence the poor image quality in Galaxy Y seems to be correct atleast a little. The Samsung Galaxy Pocket priced at Rs7200 is very affordable and gets you perfect value for money.
Samsung Galaxy Pocket – Smaller than the Galaxy Y, but better!