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Samsung Galaxy Ace Review: In Depth
25 October 2011
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.
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
Excerpt: The Samsung Ace is a smart-looking Android phone with a larger-than-average 3.5 inch display, a decent 800 MHz processor, and a good camera. Other highlights include GPS with Google Maps, high-speed internet, and Wi-Fi. But its battery life and reliability are questionable, and it can't compete against the best Android phones.
Conclusion: In our tests of its , though, it underwhelmed us with reverberating sounds on our end of the line. Our callers reported hearing rather unnatural digitized voices, which suggests a poor microphone performance. The Ace comes with a battery, with a quoted talk time of 11 hours. In real life, the phone had no problem getting us through the day, but two days were generally a tall order, so we had to charge it every other day.
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: • 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 access Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and Picasa integration on Galaxy Ace S5830 • Equipped with 800 MHz ARM 11 CPU and Adreno 200 GPU • Enables...
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 access Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and Picasa integration on Galaxy Ace S5830 , Equipped with 800 MHz ARM 11 CPU and Adreno 200 GPU , Enables talk-t...
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. We would choose the HTC Wildfire S over the Ace because of its superior screen and it already has Gingerbread.
Pros: Sleek design, rear camera.
Cons: Old version of Android, no front facing camera, low resolution screen., Shockingly poor battery life.
Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830i: Smartphone mit 3,5-Zoll-Display
24 April 2013
Summary: Nicht überall, wo Samsung Galaxy drauf steht, ist auch galaktische Leistung vorhanden. Das Samsung Galaxy Ace S5380i ist ein kompaktes Einsteigergerät, bietet aber auch eine Fünf-Megapixel-Kamera.
Summary: Der absolute Top-Seller von Samsung hat für den sehr niedrig angesetzten Preis einiges zu bieten. Im Vergleich zum ähnlich günstigen HTC Wildfire S ist der Bildschirm größer, außerdem ist das Ace minimal schneller. Nett ist, dass ein zusätzlicher weißer Akkudeckel im Lieferumfang enthalten ist.