Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy ACE / Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss / Cooper / La Fleur / S5830 / S5839
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1 October 2013
Summary: 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: The Samsung Galaxy Ace 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 amazing and the features embedded are rich and abundant.
Summary: Is the little brother in the Galaxy range an Ace up Samsung's sleeve?
Pros: Compatible with Google Navigation, Easy to set up webmail, Light and feels good in the hand, A comfortable fit in the hand, the Samsung Galaxy Ace is still a well-designed piece of kit that, and thanks to its interchangeable black and white back panels, offers a design that will appeal to a wide ...
Cons: Slow internet, Laggy and jerky response when swiping, Social media lacking, Low quality screen, Sluggish to exit sleep mode, the Samsung Galaxy Ace never really gets into its stride, with an unresponsive and low resolution TFT display lacking the pop and wow factor that has come to be expected fr...
Summary: • Sensors like accelerometer, gyro, proximity and compass are available on these phones • Music can be enjoyed via MP4/H.264/H.263 player as well as MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player with these phones • Organizer, document editor and image editor are also loaded on these Galaxy phones • The user can easily...
Pros: Sensors like accelerometer, gyro, proximity and compass are available on these phones , Music can be enjoyed via MP4/H.264/H.263 player as well as MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player with these phones , Organizer, document editor and image editor are also loaded on these Galaxy phones , The user can easily acce...
Cons: There is no shutter key for the camera , Lack of support for Adobe Flash in the web browser , Ambient light sensor is absent on these phones , No DivX/Xvid video support out of the box , Battery does not work sometimes properly as well as the camera zoom
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Ace has got a nice design and is a reasonable choice if you're looking for a budget Android phone. It certainly looks great but is let down by the old version of Android and an extremely poor battery.
Pros: Sleek design, rear camera.
Cons: Old version of Android, no front facing camera, low resolution screen., Shockingly poor battery life.
Excerpt: While all eyes may be on Samsung's impressive dual-core Galaxy S2, the Galaxy stable has been rounded out with a new budget entry. The Ace looks similar to the S2, but it's about a centimetre shorter and 5mm narrower, as well as being slightly thicker.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Ace doesn’t really step out of its remit as a budget smartphone. It has many rivals in this area: the INQ Cloud Touch offers a similar range of specs but with a stronger leaning towards Facebook, then there are the likes of the HTC Wildfire S or the Orange San Francisco, which...
Pros: Great looking design, generous screen size, external speaker performance
Cons: Limited multimedia performance, low resolution video capture is behind the times