Samsung Galaxy Y is one the popular Android (2.3) Gingerbread handsets that can be picked up for under Rs 6,990. Unveiled back in August, Samsung Galaxy Y hit shelves two months later, with the South Korean giant's TouchWiz UI making an awesome experience for consumers.
Reportedly, the handset has received a minor update and tweaks recently. GSMArena reports have informed that there’s a new minor update rolling out in Europe. According to them, this update changes the baseband version to S536ODDLF1 and the firmware version to S536ODDLF1.
“Available over-the-air, the update doesn't bring many substantial changes to the device, but rather improves the system stability,” said the report.
The latest update has still not been confirmed by Samsung, hence, it will take some time to confirm on what kind of software features and changes have been brought via the update.
Samsung Galaxy Y runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. It also comes along with a 2 mega pixel rear camera which is capable of capturing pictures at decent clarity. The device has a 3 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen and is powered by an 800 MHz processor.
Samsung Galaxy Y phone also has an inbuilt FM Radio and accommodates connectivity features like Wi-Fi. The phone will also support EVDO with a speed of 3.1 Mbps. Storage capacity can be expanded to up to 32 GB using the microSD card slot.