Summary: I wanted a phone that was easy to use and not huge - mainly for texting, calls and small internet use and I have not been disappointed. The touch screen is responsive, the internet is as good as you can get for a mobile, actually better than I excepted. Just putting my contacts in the phone was so easy, the touch screen qwerty keyboard is great, making a call or texting could not be easier. I have managed to navigate around the phone with ease and using wifi also simple.
Summary: This phone is really easy to use as well as the battery life being good. In addition to this, the Samsung Galaxy Ace is great option for buyers who don't want to spend hundreds of pounds on a smartphone. It has a wide selection of apps on the Google Play Store and useful pre-installed ones. Setting up this phone was a breeze, I found it so easy to add my contacts, change the background colors and generally get to know it better.
Summary: Is it any good, will it last? Two questions I asked myself before I decided to put my hand in my pocket for the cash.. It lasted two weeks before It broke - At least that is what I thought... Having lost the phone,and on ringing, there was no reply. And then it turned up... I had managed to stick it in the washing machine for a full cycle.. At least it came out all clean even if it no longer worked...
Summary: This was my first Galaxy buy. I started my Galaxy phone range with this phone. Really a pleasing phone, at that time this was the most of Samsung in its market. Not blazing fast for 2013, but a really price worthy phone. Some games work fine while some don't run at all. But this Galaxy was a great buy to me. It fulfilled my expectations and I was satisfied, so I bought the Galaxy S, then the S Plus, then the S2 and S Advance, then the Grand, S3 mini and S3.