I recently purchased one of Samsung mobile’s mid-range phones, Galaxy Ace. It is not a very fancy, high end smartphone, but it does live up to the expectations of a mid-range user. For a person looking for a entertainable handset at a reasonable price, this is your gadget.
Appearance is highly admirable. It’s a lot slimmer than you’d expect it to be. However the casing makes it look a little bigger. It feels very comfortable to hold it, not much of a noticeable weight. There is only one physical button and all other buttons are fully touch compatible, except of course the unlock/turn off and on button and the volume controller button. The screen is pretty big (3.5 inches) and is scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.
Speaking about the performance, Ace runs pretty smooth on its 800 MHz processor and 278MB internal RAM. This might work well with the provided 2GB memory card but, as to be accepted, gets a little slow when a 8GB memory card starts to fill up. Overall navigation among menus stay perfectly smooth and usually the slowness affects when opening the Gallery and once opened the normal smooth performance is available.
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