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Samsung Galaxy Y Nokia C3

Samsung Galaxy Y vs Nokia C3

Samsung Galaxy Y

Reasons to consider the Galaxy Y

3.5G, Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Wifi Significantly faster wifi 802.11n (150 mbps) vs 802.11g (54 mbps) Higher bandwidth streaming at hotspots (around 3x faster)
Bluetooth Newer bluetooth support 3.0 vs 2.1 Typically faster data transfer and lower power consumption connecting to other bluetooth devices
Network Faster max data speeds HSDPA (7.2 mbps) vs EDGE (0.384 mbps) Higher theoretical max data transfer speeds over cell networks (around 19x faster)
Thickness Thinner 12 mm vs 14 mm Around 20% thinner
Size Smaller 58x104x11 mm vs 58x115x13 mm More than 20% smaller
Screen size Slightly larger screen 3.0" vs 2.4" Around 60% larger screen
Weight Slightly lighter 98 g vs 114 g More than 10% lighter
Nokia C3

Reasons to consider the C3

2.5G
Keyboard Has a full keyboard QWERTY keyboard vs None A physical keyboard is great for emailing and typing in general
Standby time Significantly more standby time 20 days vs 5 days 4x more standby time, less frequent charging
Screen PPI Higher PPI screen 166 PPI vs 132 PPI Around 30% crisper display of text, images and video

Competitors

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Common Pros and Cons

Compared to recent cellphones

Pros Cons
compatibility-score Works with many headphones
1.0
Numeric keypad Neither has a numeric keypad
Its often harder to dial numbers with a touch screen or keyboard
Movie format Low resolution video
Galaxy Y:320 x 240 @ 15fps
C3:320 x 240 @ 20fps

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