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Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 Android Smart Phone

A new addition to the new Samsung’s range of Android Smart phones categorized as ‘Young’ is Galaxy Y Pro B5510 with a QWERTY key pad. Although categorized among entry level smart phones, Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 tops in many aspects such as Android v2.3 Gingerbread operating system of which is hardly available on other devices in its genre. It is anticipated that from Google’s upgrade of Android operating such as Froyo to Gingerbread and Gingerbread to Ice cream sandwich, the newer version is always better in terms of performance, security and features than its predecessor; currently, there are countable devices in Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510’s genre with Android v2.3 Gingerbread software, most have Froyo if at all they run on Android.

Comparing Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 with its sibling Galaxy Y S5360, the later has a QWERTY keypad and a 2.6 inch display screen slightly 0.4 inch less than its sibling but same as Galaxy M Pro B7800 which is rated higher in the recently adopted naming scheme. In addition to having the same screen size, both Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 and Galaxy M Pro B7800 boasts of a QWERTY keypad; however, Galaxy M Pro B7800 has a superior 1GHz processor compared to Galaxy Y Pro B5510’s modest 832MHz processor, it is clear enough, despite the two devices having similar design and features, their processor power played a bigger role in grouping them.
Samsung has of late introduced more than a dozen smart phones than any other industry player targeting various segments of consumers; this comes contrary to its counterpart Nokia which has so far unleashed its latest Nokia 701, Nokia 700 and Nokia 600 smart phones running on Symbian Belle in Hong Kong and on the same day unveiling Nokia 100 and 101 Cell Phones in Kenya; a big contradiction that has elicited harsh resentments from Kenyans to Nokia’s perception of the African market. Nokia has been on the loosing end for same treasons considering other industry players such as Huawei Samsung, Apple and Sony Ericsson which consider the African market just as serious as other markets. Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 is 3G enabled supporting 7.2Mbps on HSDPA and HUSPA.
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 Features/Specifications;
  • 832MHz processor speed
  • Android v2.3 Gingerbread operating system
  • 2.6 inch capacitive touch screen
  • 3G enabled up to 7.2Mbps HSDPA and HUSPA
  • QWERTY keypad
  • Support external MicroSD card up to 32GB
  • 3.15-megapixel camera with face detection
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro B5510 Price in Kenya: Kshs.18,000



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