Samsung Galaxy Y gets a Hello Kitty treatment, goes for Php7,000



The Samsung Galaxy Y is not a new smartphone. In fact, it’s over a year old already but was one of the hottest selling budget Android phones when it first came out. This phone was made primarily to target teens who wish to experience the basic things Android can offer without putting much of a dent on their budget.

width="500"Still targeting teens, Samsung partnered with Sanrio to bring us a Hello Kitty version of the Samsung Galaxy Y. This was just released in Germany last month but you will probably be seeing it in the grey market these days. In fact, online gadget store, Kimstore, is selling these for Php7,000 apiece which is well over the Php5,400 price they’re giving the regular version. Still, I think the limited number Kimstore has would sell well especially with the holidays drawing near.

There’s nothing different with the Helly Kitty version from the original Galaxy Y. You would still get Android 2.3 Gingerbread powered by an 832MHz processor on a 3-inch 320 x 240 screen along with a 2-megapixel camera. But you will also get the Hello Kitty theme to match your Hello Kitty ballpen, Hello Kitty notebook and whatever Hello Kitty stuff you’re collecting.

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  • Dyologs

    Wow! Hindi lang pambabae pang bading pa… Hehe

  • how much does it cost

    • San pwede bumili and wala nba bwas ? 5k nlng pwede haha!

  • dana

    sana may info san pwede makabili.

  • Wow! Ang gnda! how much po?? i want that! *_*

  • Zyra Kaye

    GANDA naman po . đŸ˜€

  • katy

    hehehe…tnx. s mama ko..binilhan nia aq nan!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Jane

      Available na po sa Phil? & Magkano? :)))

      • katerine mateos estrella

        hindi ko po alam kung available sa philippines kasi sa hongkong po binili ng mama ko po yon

  • Joy

    san po kau nkabile? @katy ?

    • katerine mateos estrella

      hongkong po.

  • Coleen

    OMG this is still available at Kimstore!!! Just call them po.