Though everyone is focused on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 4, which should be announced tomorrow, there’s one more new device that Samsung has in store for us. The Samsung Galaxy Y Plus, which is supposedly an upgrade to the Galaxy Y, already listed on the company’s Indian web page.
The specs are only marginally better than its predecessor. If you go by the spec sheet, the newer model is thicker and comes with a smaller screen. It has a 2.8-inch LCD touchscreen with resolution of 240 by 320 pixels. It also has a single-core 850MHz processor, a 2MP main camera, 1,200mAh battery, a weight of about 100 grams, 4GB of native storage and a slot for microSD cards.
It also has support for Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G connectivity, and can use 2 SIM cards simultaneously. It is also rocking Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The price is around 8,000 rupees, or about $150.
Source Phone Arena
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