The Youth is now Level-ed App! - SAMSUNG GALAXY Y

Surfing the net, connecting online, text messaging, playing games and using apps is part of our lifestyle now. Not long ago, only a fe...


Surfing the net, connecting online, text messaging, playing games and using apps is part of our lifestyle now. Not long ago, only a few people had the privilege to own a phone, better yet a smart-phone and now, it seems to be a necessity. With the people today, mostly young having a fast-paced life, it's hard not to be trendy and be hip without having the coolest gadget and hottest fashion. Now, luxury is affordable and fashionable. All thanks to the new Samsung Galaxy Y.

Last October 25  at Craft Pub and Grill in the Fort. Samsung had the Youth Level App games! The participants were student from UP, Ateneo, La Salle and San Beda.  It was Family Feud like event with question related to their own generation. From the most movies to must-haves. Every participant went home with a brand new Samsung Galaxy Y, the first Android smartphone from Samsung. Check out some pictures below.

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This small wonder is packed with an 832 MHz processor and HSDPA module of up to 7.2 Mbps, it also runs on an Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system that lets teens browse through websites, check e-mails, and play various media smoothly and with less lag. Wha'ts good about this is that since it's an Android phone, users can access over 150,000 apps available in the Android Market. You can easily surf, check email, play games and other stuff with this cool gadget.

It is set to become of of the most wanted smartphone for teenagers and with awesome features and kickass reasonable price. For only P5,990, teens now can stay up to date, be cool, trendy and fashionable.Whoever thought that the words ‘budget’ and ‘smartphone’ do not go together has just been proven wrong. And judging from the strong line of its Galaxy brothers, the Y is surely not to be underestimated!

App-grade now! get the new Samsung galaxy Y! :)

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