Comparison of Samsung Galaxy Y with LG Optimus One

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Let us see a quick comparison of two very good phones available in the market,

Samsung Galaxy Y:


What is good about this phone is that this is affordable and pocket friendly that targets the younger crowds. The phone spots some of the following interesting specifications like a 3” 240 × 320 pixels with a LCD display screen, 832 MHz CPU, 2 MP camera, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA, Bluetooth 3.0 plus Wi-Fi but only a meager 1200m Ah battery that goes down frequently. Some of the other negative features that most of the people don’t like in this phone are the cheap construction, low resolution screen and low power processor.  The phone is still novice and therefore the price and time of availability of this phone in the market for retail sales is still not sure. The phone also sports a capacitative touch screen with multi touch accessibility and proximity sensor, and all of these features are sported by this phone are backed by  Android 2.3. The phone also has USB connectivity solution, which does the following – mass storage device, USB charging, computer synchronization and OTA synchronization. Other sensors present in the phone will include accelerometer, voice dialing and voice recording. The phone could give the following notifications like MP3 ringtones, polyphonic ringtones, vibration, flight mode, silent mode and speakerphone. Besides, some of the other features of this phone will include the use of a phonebook, organizer, messaging center and email. With all this, this smartphone favoritly is called the candybar and does not weigh more than 98 g. If you are looking for a cool and decent phone on a decent budget, then this is the one for you.


LG Optimus One P500:


What is more welcoming about this phone is that this phone runs on one of the latest versions of Android, Android 2.2, responsive capacitative touch screen, cheap and is packed with most of the goodies of a smartphone. The phone is available in the market from the beginning of this month, a Diwali bonanza, and weighs only 129 g. The phone has a TFT capacitative touchscreen, an accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, and proximity sensor for auto turn-off. Besides, the phone also supports MP3 ringtones and vibration, 3.5 mm jack and a loudspeaker.  The phone also supports a phonebook, call recording accessibility, 512 MB RAM and a microSD card slot that has a space of up to 32 GB slot. The camera in the phone is of 3.15 MP with autofocus, geotagging and smile detection capacities. The phone supports JAVA supporting features, GPS, messaging and powerful CPU, which is 600 MHz ARM 11 processor, Adreno 200 GPU, Qualcomm MSM7227 chipset. Besides, the phone has a low-resolution screen, ugly software icons from LG, which is not desirable by many of the users, boring and mundane looks and do not support Flash player. Having all this negative points, the phone is still a very good phone if you could overlook the negative sides. The phone , otherwise is remarkable with much to brag about.

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