Samsung has announced a slew of low-end/midrange devices today, we’ve seen the Galaxy Ace 4, Core II and Star 2 and here comes the Galaxy Young 2. A phone specifically designed for people willing to have a basic, yet more or less decent complete bang for a buck Android experience.
The stylish Galaxy Young 2 is an ideal smartphone for the user who focus on essential features and usability
The Galaxy Young 2 (SM-G130H) is by far not the typical juggernaut type of a phone that you’d expect from Samsung with regards to the spec sheet, nor will it appeal to Android lovers or the average tech enthusiast. – It features a rather mediocre 3.5-inch (9.4 cm) HVGA TFT display with a single core SoC clocked at 1.0Ghz (likely an old Snapdragon S1/S2) backed by 512MB of RAM. The whole package measures 109.8 x 59.9 x 11.8mm and weighs 108 grams.
There’s also a fixed focus 3MP camera and 4GB of internal memory (expandable to 32GB) while on software side you’ll be getting TouchWiz Essence (and S Apps) on top of Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Surprisingly Samsung has also included eight Gameloft titles for the young us