Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos / S6802
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Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos Review
4 November 2012
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is priced at Rs.16,900 ( MRP ). This model is definitely targeted towards existing CDMA users. The drawbacks, include a not-so-quick-for-the-price-you’re-paying phone interface, no Internet for GSM card slot, Wi-Fi issues and a downgraded camera sans flash. At this price tag and with these drawbacks, the Ace Duos is just too expensively priced and we’d recommend you check out other options to cater to your CDMA smartphone needs.
Conclusion: Dual-SIM solutions have always been popular - especially in markets with incomplete carrier coverage, where they're almost mandatory. They will be in even greater demand it seems, as emerging markets are ready to embrace affordable smartphones. Samsung are one of the few big name companies that cater to crowds looking for a budget dual-SIM solution with a proper smartphone platform.
Cons: Sub-par ARMv6 CPU limits performance and choice of apps, Mediocre display, No hardware shutter key, no flash, No secondary video-call camera, No HD video recording, Abysmal video codec support
The new Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos S6802 – first look
26 May 2012
Conclusion: Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos S6802 is a wonderful midrange option. If you badly need a phone to relieve you of your SIM-swapping days and don’t mind a less-than-average battery life and absence of LED flash, you can definitely count on it. If you don’t need the dual-SIM card feature, we recommend Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 i8160 which also happens to be a midrange phone.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos - Double enjoyment
12 April 2013
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is a good phone in this price range. The 3.5 inch screen size is attractive, the 5 mega pixels camera works well, the battery life is good and the features embedded are better and abundant. But there are few options that this phone is missing such as: front camera, HD video resolution, etc. overall We give it 3 star rating.
Summary: Looks: Standard Ace design When a phone is released in the market and tagged as being the sequel/successor of an earlier device, it is a fair chance that it will bear more than just a passing resemblance to its predecessor. This is the case with the new Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos which is a splitting image of its predecessor the Galaxy Ace, which did look a bit like the iPhone 4.
Conclusion: Overall, the new Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos S6802 is not the fastest device around, but its targeting users with no basis for comparison. Anyone coming from a feature phone will be happy to keep discovering what their new smartphone can do for them. And, it will already be time for you to upgrade by the time you discover that things can get done a lot faster, too.
Summary: Samsung launched the Galaxy Ace DUOS (GT- S6802), Dual SIM GSM phone with Dual SIM Active feature in India in June. The design and the features are similar to the single SIM version, Galaxy Ace. Samsung launched the Galaxy Ace DUOS (GT-I589) in India back in February with Dual SIM GSM + CDMA support. You saw the unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos last month, here is the complete review of the device.
Summary: • Comes with TFT capacitive touchscreen • Powered by 832 MHz processor • Runs on Android, v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS • Comes with an internal memory of 3 GB storage, 512 MB and microSD, up to 32 GB • Provides access to Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and Picasa integration • Packed with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot • Boasts of 5 MP camera with 2592×1944 pixels & autofocus • The OS could have been more upgraded • Absence of Flash • There is no...
Pros: Comes with TFT capacitive touchscreen , Powered by 832 MHz processor , Runs on Android, v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS , Comes with an internal memory of 3 GB storage, 512 MB and microSD, up to 32 GB , Provides access to Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and Picasa integration , Packed with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot , Boasts of 5 MP camera with 2592×1944 pixels & autofocus
Cons: The OS could have been more upgraded , Absence of Flash , There is no front camera
Excerpt: Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos im Dual-SIM Handy Test Das Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos zeigt sich im Test als ordentliches Android-Smartphone der unteren Mittelklasse. Mit der bereits etwas älteren, aber weiterhin problemlos verwendbaren Android Version 2.3, einem 3,5 Zoll Touchscreen und einem 832 MHz Prozessor kann es alltägliche Aufgaben gut erledigen. In punkto Apps aus Google ..
Summary: Das Samsung Galaxy Ace war mal ein ordentliches Mittelklasse-Smartphone. Für die Dual-SIM-Variante wurden einige Komponenten ein wenig verbessert. Dennoch ist die Ausstattung mittlerweile im Einsteigerbereich angesiedelt. Surfen und Fotografieren macht mit dem Dual-SIM-Handy keinen Spaß. Wer darauf nicht verzichten will und dennoch Dual-SIM-Funktionalität benötigt, sollte sich das Samsung Galaxy S DuoS anschauen.