Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus Announced

Samsung has launched a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Ace. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus is more powerful than its predecessor.In terms of specs, The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus is powered by a 1GHz Processor. The device has Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS installed.

 Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus

In comparison to the previous Samsung Galaxy Ace, The Ace Plus has a much bigger screen and is powered by a much increased processor.Lets have a look at the finer specs of  The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus

  • 1 GHz Processor
  • 3.65″ inch HVGA Screen
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Screen Resolution : 320 X 480 Px
  • Primary Camera : 5MegaPixels
  • Internal Storage : 3GB
  • microSD Card Slot : Expandable Upto 32GB
  • 3G: HSDPA  7.2 Mbps
  • Battery Capacity : 1300 mAh

 

The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus has not yet been officially launched in India, however the word on the street is that it will be priced at around Rs.17,000.

Samsung is one of the few manufacturers along with HTC who are not only concentrating on one particular OS, but on the other hand are releasing one phone after the other based on various Operating Systems, case in point being that Samsung just two days back launched The Samsung Wave M Launched In India for Rs 13,950.

Samsung is being touted as the one company that could give Apple a hard time, and its proving that too. Samsung is giving Apple sleepless nights with its Galaxy Tab selling like hot cakes. The only problem being that Samsung devices, though are very powerful in terms of hardware used, but are very poorly designed/styled. All Samsung phones look alike and it is very difficult for any Samsung phone to create an identity for itself.

This being said, the sales numbers are surely in favour of Samsung.  The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus will be yet another phone that would be targeting the mid-upper segment, which mind you is very crowded with all major manufacturers launching new phones by the hour.

Lets wait and watch as to what exact price does Samsung launch The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus in India and how the Indian consumer reacts to it.





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