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Samsung Galaxy Ace Review
1 October 2013
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Ace comes hot on the heels of the sock-evaporating, super stunning Samsung Galaxy S2. However with a different shape and decidedly down-sized specs, it’s clearly not for the same type of audience. Is it worth a look with the HTC Wildfire S around the corner? Let’s find out.
Summary: As a conclusion, Samsung Ace Galaxy is one of the best phones on the market, especially as it has a long life battery, a strong and resistant software that won’t crack down very often and plenty of Android features pre installed.
Samsung Galaxy Ace Review – pocketable perfection at a perfect price
14 July 2011
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Ace is a great little Android phone that’s perfectly priced ( from just £20 a month if you know where to look ). It offers a terrific set of features for the money, looks great, and it’ll fit perfectly in your pocket.
Conclusion: The Galaxy Ace is a great mid-range smartphone, and is one of the best-looking mid-priced smartphones we’ve seen. It has all the features you’d expect from an Android phone, although it lacks the very latest version, Android Gingerbread, and the faster internet browser and other enhancements it...
Conclusion: The Galaxy Ace could have easily been lost in the ever rising sea of Android smartphones. Even if it isn’t a benchmark blazing superphone, it does have a lot going for it. The interface is snappy, and the phone itself is nice to hold.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Ace is new mid-range Android phone from Samsung. Despite the fact it’s not a top-end smartphone, though, it’s still got some pretty cool features, thanks largely to how quickly mobile technology moves on.
Excerpt: This is a global GSM phone. It can be used with T-Mobile USA and AT&T, but without 3G. If Samsung was hiding a secret card up its sleeve, one with ambition to trump mid-range Android smartphones with a smart combination of price and features, the Samsung Galaxy Ace would be our first guess.
Pros: iPhone-like looks, Above average camera for stills, Hot-swappable microSD cards (up to 32GB)
Cons: Poor video recording, Below average calling quality, No Flash, No DivX/Xvid codec support out of the box
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Ace is designed to be a budget Android smartphone, and I must admit I was pleasantly surprised with it, as it has a range of features that you would expect in a more expensive Android device.