Galaxy Y Samsung

  • clock speed
    0.8
    GHz
  • RAM
    0.29
    GB
  • size
    3
    inches
  • resolution
    132
    ppi

GALAXY Gio Samsung

  • clock speed
    0.8
    GHz
  • RAM
    0.27
    GB
  • size
    3.2
    inches
  • resolution
    179
    ppi

Review Breakdown

Samsung Galaxy Y vs GALAXY Gio

Display

PPI, brightness and contrast ratio
8.1
N/A

Camera

sensor size and aperture
5.6
N/A

Music

voice volume and music volume
9.2
N/A

Geekaphone Score

We don't have enough data yet to reach a conclusion

Detailed Comparison

display

Size
3"
3.2"
Resolution
320 x 240 (132 ppi)
480 x 320 (179 ppi)
Panel
TFT LCD (RGB)
TFT LCD
Surface
None
--
Video out
None
None

processor

System on a chip
Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 (MSM7627)
CPU
0.8 GHz, ARM ARM11
0.8 GHz
Architecture
Single core
Single core
GPU
128 MHz, Qualcomm Adreno 200
Architecture
Single core
RAM
0.29 GB
0.27 GB

camera

Lens
f/2.0, 4 mm (30 mm equiv.)
--
Resolution
1.9 MP (1600 x 1200)
3 MP (2000 x 1504)
Sensor
1/3" (4.8 mm × 3.6 mm)
Light sensitivity
--
--
Flash
None
--
Autofocus
No
Yes
Image stabilization
None
--
Panorama
Yes
--
Continuous shooting
None
--
Aperture
f/2.0
--
Secondary camera
None
None

video

Video resolution
320 x 240 @ 15 fps
320 x 240 @ 15 fps
Video file format
MP4 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
--
Maximum bitrate
0.2 Mbps
--
Video light
No
--

battery

Type
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Capacity
1,200 mA·h
1,350 mA·h
Talk time
360 min
636 min
Standby time
7,200 min
36,600 min

music

Speaker
Stereo (Back)
--
Frequency response
+0.03, -0.32
--
Noise level
-87 dB
--
Headphone
3.5 mm
3.5 mm
Frequency response
+0.21, -0.08
--
Noise level
-85.3 dB
--
FM radio
Receive
Receive

form factor

Size
58 x 104 x 11.5 mm
57.5 x 110.5 x 12.2 mm
Weight
98 g
102 g
Body
Plastic
--
Keyboard
None
None
Buttons
Home, Volume, Back, Multitask, Camera
--

software

Operating system
Android 2.3
Android 2.3
Upgradable to
--
--
Custom UI
--
--
Onscreen keyboards
--
--

connectivity

Network
3.5G, HSDPA (7.2 Mb/s)
3.5G, HSDPA (7.2 Mb/s)
WiFi
802.11g/b/n (Hotspot)
802.11n/g/b (Hotspot)
NFC
No
No
Bluetooth
3.0
2.1
USB On-the-Go
--
--

features

Internal storage
0.18 GB
0.15 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
microSD
Included accessories
--
--
SIM card
--
--
Special-features

sensors

Location
A-GPS
A-GPS
Gyroscope
No
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Yes
Light sensor
No
--
Proximity sensor
Yes
--
Compass
Yes
Yes
Thermometer
No
--
Barometer
No
--
Hygrometer
No
--
Showing 6 comments.
  ,i just want to know that which phone is better for playing hd games without rooting or by rooting,galaxy Y or GAlaxy gio?i mean which one will not be laggy while playing hd games.galaxy gio has GPU and 278 RAM but galaxy Y 276,so which one will i buy for playing hd games.and friend please tell me which one among these two phones will be more smooth while playing hd games.THANKS  
It's not really a disadvance to have a single core processor, the multicore processor will have to share memory and speed with other processes in the software. The advance is less than having more memory, as it have been single core processors in decades, and the bandwith between RAM and ROM is more limited than CPU. The amount of memory and usage of the Android footprint is much, much more important than single-/dual-core CPU's. (edited, I hope that my english is better now...)
i ve got y and it is very good and internet is really fast
I think all the mobile manfacturing companies are making fool to inocent people. Ali Rishi
i would say the Gio is better cause its faster
both dont have flash....