Samsung have unveiled the Galaxy Ace Plus, which is an enhanced version of the Samsung Galaxy Ace.
Just like its predecessor the Galaxy Ace Plus is an affordable smartphone that runs on the Android platform. It's aimed at young professionals looking for an attractive smartphone that also has an excellent feature-set.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus has a 3.65 HVGA touch-screen, which is larger than the 3.5 inch display on the Galaxy Ace. The processor is also improved and now comes in at 1 GHz, which is backed up by 512MB of RAM.
On-board memory weighs in at 3GB, while you also get a 5 mega-pixel camera with LED flash. Supported connectivity includes HSDPA, WiFi and Bluetooth. The Galaxy Ace Plus runs on Android Gingerbread and comes with Samsung's Touchwiz User-interface.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus will begin shipping in January in Russia and will gradually roll-out across the world.
3G thinks that phones like this sit right on the value point for a lot of users, because they still offer an excellent smartphone experience but without the huge cost!
By Simon Thomas on 03rd January, 2012