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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.
Conclusion: Throughout this article the common theme is adequacy, in hardware, software and pricing. Adequacy is good; reliable, dependable, like the good quality camera and impressive battery life. The Galaxy Ace may not be impressive, or even look that impressive, but it gets the job done, and can easily cope with modern living. This device will be great for novices to the smartphone, or young people who can’t afford the iPhone 4S or Galaxy Nexus.
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 brings. The Galaxy Ace is also competing against older models, with bigger screens, and more powerful insides, whose prices are tumbling, but it stands up well against its rivals.
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. If you want the full Andriod experience with a phone that has features that are similar to 2010′s flagship models, but you don’t want to break the bank – or your pockets – then go buy the Galaxy Ace!
Summary: For a mid range Android smartphone, the Galaxy Ace starts off on a good note - good performance, expensive looks and decent specs. But it is let down by disappointing display quality and the fact that its TouchWiz 3.0 user interface (UI) isnï¿½t very different from the less expensive cousin, the Galaxy Fit.
Pros: Interface is snappy, Good quality of external plastics used, Looks more expensive than it is, Touch screen is accurate, Good battery life
Cons: Disappointing display quality, Touchwiz 3.0 is dull and drab with nothing unique to offer, UI is same as less expensive cousins, Display lacks an auto-brightness mode, No dedicated camera key
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. It may be made of plastic, but it doesn’t feel like it’s going to fall apart in your hands, and the overall size is just right for most peoples hands.
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. Last year’s flagship phone very quickly becomes this year’s mid-range phone priced for the masses, and so it is with the Galaxy Ace, which isn’t all that different from the Galaxy S.