New Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus is Like a Samsung Galaxy S with a Smaller Display and Resolution


Samsung has introduced a souped up version of the Samsung Galaxy Ace. Dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus, its modest bump in specs doesn’t make it much more than that. It’s almost like a Samsung Galaxy S internally with its 1GHz processor and 5 megapixel camera, but even then it only has 3GB of internal storage and a 3.65 inch HVGA (yes, HVGA) display.

This phone is pretty much considered entry-level by today’s standards so expect this to be cheap wherever you can find it when it launches. “The GALAXY Ace Plus will be available in Russia starting from January 2012, and will be gradually rolled out to Europe, CIS, Latin America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, the Middle East, Africa and China,” says Samsung. Read on for full press details.

Play and Share Faster and Smarter with the GALAXY Ace Plus January 3, 2012

New addition to Android-powered GALAXY portfolio delivers style, power and versatility

SEOUL, Korea – January 3, 2012 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, today announced the introduction of the Samsung GALAXY Ace Plus. As an enhanced version of the widely popular GALAXY Ace, the GALAXY Ace Plus is the smartphone for trendy and sociable young professionals. The GALAXY Ace Plus will be available in Russia starting from January 2012, and will be gradually rolled out to Europe, CIS, Latin America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, the Middle East, Africa and China.

“Samsung Mobile is opening 2012 with the introduction of the Samsung GALAXY Ace Plus, which will help enhance the GALAXY brand following the huge success of the GALAXY S, GALAXY SII, GALAXY Ace and GALAXY mini. The GALAXY Ace Plus benefits from the Android™ Gingerbread platform and Samsung services, which provide a better mobile experience for more consumers,” said JK Shin, President of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics. “In 2012, we will continue to make every effort to create an easy and fun mobile experience by expanding our incredibly popular GALAXY smartphone range, which is now one of the most recognized and successful mobile brands in the world.”

Style and power with expanded features

Building on the previous GALAXY Ace style heritage, the GALAXY Ace Plus is a stylishly designed smartphone contained in a modern and minimalist casing with rounded edges, featuring an affordably-sized 3.65” HVGA display. The phone has been designed to be simple yet elegant.

The GALAXY Ace Plus is backed by an impressive 1GHz processor and HSDPA 7.2 Mbps connectivity, providing all the versatility and browsing performance that today’s busy and sociable young professionals need. WiFi 802.11 functionality offers lightning-fast speeds for browsing, downloading and video streaming. Application startups are faster with virtually no lag time, even while multitasking. Additionally, an impressive 2GB of shared storage capacity for multimedia content and up to 1GB of direct storage for applications-more than any smartphone in its category-allow users greater content freedom and usability.

Running on Android Gingerbread and featuring Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface, the GALAXY Ace Plus allows users to handle mobile tasks faster and more efficiently. New music playback functionality features a play progress bar and the ability to view music tracks in folders. Call features allow users to reject calls with text messages or add unwanted callers to a black list log. For added productivity, users also have the option of using ThinkFree, a tool that enables viewing and editing of Office documents, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDFs, while on the move.

The GALAXY Ace Plus enables users to stay connected through Samsung’s Social Hub, Music Hub and ChatON services. ChatON, connecting all phone users-across any phone platform-into a single community using phone numbers instead of usernames and passwords, provides an easy instant messaging, group chatting and sharing of content in multiple formats-images, video, voice, contacts, calendar-to make messaging simpler and more intuitive than ever.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Better be free on contract, they might even have to pay you to take something like that…

  2. Yay cutting edge third world junk!

    1. Better than you American controlled by the few Godfathers namely Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile using their contract system. They dictate what model you should have and which don’t. So much for LAND OF FREE!!!

      We in 3rd world, can actually own a cell phone, can you? you can’t even have your own money in cash form in your own pocket, then they charge you for money laundering. And when banks go bust, you have nothing.

      3rd world is real world, we eat as per our earning, and you live in hell, although you cannot afford you have credit card, keep paying interest until your death, you are enslaved by interest, and if heat gets unbearable, you suicide. Sorry but this is bitter truth.

      So please don’t mock of third world. I feel pity for you.

  3. This will dominate the low end market. Good for Android.

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