Samsung Galaxy Y vs Galaxy Fit Comparison

Samaung Mobiles haverecently launched an addition to its Galaxy series, the Samsung Galaxy Y targeted to the young college goers or 1st time android users. Whileit has made this budget (Rs. 7000-Rs. 10000) scenario a bit complicated withthis launch as Galaxy Y is now the cheapest android 2.3(gingerbread) phoneavailable in India. This time its competition is with its own brother, theSamsung Galaxy Fit, which was considered the fittest in budget range of Rs.7000 – Rs.10000.
So now, wecompare this young handset, the Samsung Galaxy Y with the already fit handset,the Samsung Galaxy fit.
Size anddesign:
Samsung Galaxyy has a dimension of (58 x 104 x 11.5 mm) and weighs around 97.5 g. , the Galaxyfit has dimensions of (61. 2 x 110.2 x 12.6 mm) and weighs around 108.2 gram.
Samsung GalaxyY has  a 3.0” TFT capacitive touchscreen,featuring a colour input of 256k and a resolution of 240×320 p,  while Samsung Galaxy fit comes forward with alittle big screen of  3.3-inchwith the same resolution of 240 x 320p.
Samsung Galaxy Fit has an internal memory of 160 MBand while that of Samsung Galaxy Y is 180 MB. Both the handsets are expandableto 32 GB.
Comparing the cameras, it’s a pointless job as ouryoung Galaxy features a 2MP autofocus camera & Galaxy fit has a 5MP camera.However, the pixel density of Galaxy Y is higher at 133 ppi when compared to Galaxyfit having a 121 ppi.
Samsung Galaxy y possesses a processor of 832 MHz which is better than Galaxyfit’s processor of 600 MHz the main difference comes while doing multitaskingand playing games.
Both the handsets are 3G enabled, Wi-Fi enabled. Galaxy ycomes with an update to Bluetooth 2.0 (Galaxy fit), as this young handset hasBluetooth 3.0. You will see the difference in data transfer and tethering. Also,both these handsets have an A-GPS support in them.
Galaxy fit has a Li-Ion, 1350 mAh battery giving the handseta  10 hrs talktime on 2G and a  6 hrs on 3G. Galaxy y lags here as it only hasa Li-lon, 1200 mAh battery giving a 9 hrs talktime on 2G and a 5 hrs talktimeon 3G.
Both the handsets are similar in many aspects. Given thedifferences, Galaxy fit emerges as the winner. I would recommend buying Galaxyy only if you are going to be a 1st time android user. It has everybasic thing that a beginner would need. Especially, college going students.Price also makes a difference, so if you can shell out 3000 bucks more you willget all that you want with Galaxy fit.  

Here is a quick comparison between both:-
Galaxy Fit
Galaxy Y
Operating System
Android v2.2 (Froyo) Upgradable to Gingerbread
Android v2.3.5 (Gingerbread)
600 MHz
832 MHz
Form Factor
Screen Size
3.31 Inches
3 Inches
QVGA, 240 x 320 Pixels
QVGA, 240 x 320 Pixels
Pixel Density
121 ppi
133 ppi
5 Megapixel, Video recording @ 15 fps
2 Megapixel, Video recording @ 15 fps
Yep, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA
Yep, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA
Yep, 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot
Yep, 802.11 b/g/n
Version 2.0
Version 3.0
GPS Support
A-GPS  with Google Maps
Video Calling
Internal Memory
160 MB (Expandable to 32 GB)
180 MB (Expandable to 32 GB)
Battery Type
Li-Ion, 1350 mAh
Li-lon, 1200 mAh
Talk Time
10 hrs (2G), 6 hrs (3G)
9 hrs (2G), 5 hrs (3G)
Rs. 10500

Post Written by: Siddharth Chauhan
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