Samsung has officially outed the latest handset addition to its expanding range of Galaxy Devices with the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus confirmed with Android 2.3 Gingerbread innards.
Following on from the previously released Galaxy Ace, the Ace Plus has upped the handset’s spec with the 3.65-inch device set to land as a strong Android offering for the entry level smartphone market.
"Following the huge success of our Android devices last year including the Galaxy Ace and Galaxy S II, we’re aiming for the Galaxy Ace Plus to continue to enhance the strong Galaxy smartphone range we have built to date,” said Simon Stanford, Samsung’s Managing Director, UK & IRE Telecommunications & Networks Division.
“Whilst we saw huge growth in smartphone ownership in 2011, this is set to increase even further this year with the smartphone experience made accessible to a wider audience through the availability of everything from pre-pay to premium devices.”
Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus Specs
Landing with a 320 x 480p 3.65-inch HVGA display the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus will not hold a candle to the company’s flagship Galaxy S II device but will rock the entry level market thanks to the inclusion of the company’s TouchWiz interface and a 1GHz processor.
Sporting 512MB of RAM and 3GB of internal storage, expandable up to 32GB via microSD, the Ace Plus will complete its impressive specs offering with a 5-megapixel rear-mounted camera that touts auto focus abilities and an LED flash.
Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus Release Date
Whilst Samsung has confirmed the “Galaxy Ace Plus will be available in the UK later this year,” the Korean tech giant has failed to offer any further details on the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus Release Date and pricing information.
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