Samsung Galaxy Ace
Released April, 2011
The Pros:The lower price point is going to appeal to a lot of people. Sophisticated and contemporary design looks similar to the iPhone 4.
The Cons:Does not include Flash. The battery life is substandard. Single core CPU.
The Galaxy Ace is a touchscreen smart phone from Samsung that offers an alternative to the other models in the company's Galaxy product line. Functioning as a direct competitor to the Apple iPhone 4, this model features a 3.5-inch high-resolution TFT LCD display and runs Google's Android 2.2 operating system (a.
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k.a. "FroYo"). Incorporating Samsung's "TouchWiz" customizable user interface, owners can sync multiple social networking and email accounts through the Ace's "Virtual Hub" service for cross-platform status updating and message organization. Native Google Maps support is provided with latitudinal support for geocaching and the "Places" feature for locating nearby points of interest, with the "Navigation" feature offering public transit, walking, and turn-by-turn driving directions. Users can browse and download applications via the Android Market and Samsung Apps online stores, with 150 megabytes of internal memory provided to store multiple programs. Additional memory up to 32 gigabytes is also available through the Ace's MicroSD card slot.
- 3.5-inch TFT LCD display
- Android 2.2 (FroYo) OS
- 150MB hard drive with 2GB inbox
- 5-megapixel digital camera with LED flash
- Android Market/Samsung Apps compatibility
- Google Maps integration
- Bluetooth 2.1
- USB 2.0 connectivity
- MicroSD expandability up to 32GB
User Reviews (2)
The lower price point is going to appeal to a lot of people
Sophisticated and contemporary design looks similar to the iPhone 4
The battery life is substandard
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