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1st August 2014
Reasons for Samsung to be cheerful: 1,2,3,4, 5.
31st July 2014
Year–on–year decline shows extent of Samsung’s troubles.
30th July 2014
There's more to selling phones than big marketing budgets.
30th July 2014 – 1 comment
Massive drop despite launch of Galaxy S5.
29th July 2014
But only on older devices.
22nd July 2014 – 1 comment
Those rumours again.
Ace by name. Ace by nature. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus updates the best-selling Ace with a 3.65-inch touchscreen, masses of storage and a five megapixel camera.
As with all Android phones, the Galaxy Ace Plus has got apps covered. With tens of thousands of great free and paid-for titles available from Google Play, you can take your pick of loads of great games and more practical business applications.
To get you started, there are some great app pre-installed too, including Gmail, Google Maps and YouTube.
But it's not just about software. The Ace is packed with great specs as well. Not least a handy five megapixel camera with auto-focus and LED flash. It's amazing for fun snaps and handles video with aplomb too.
Also on board is a 3.65 TFT capacitive touchscreen that's amply sized for playing games and viewing video. A 1GHz processor handles multi-tasking to keep lag to a minimum when switching between apps and functions.
To ensure you've got loads of room for music, clips and whatever else you want to store, there's 3GB of storage on board the Ace. This can be boosted by a further 32GB by adding a microSD card.
Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus take in an image editor, an organiser, MP3 player, browser, the Swype keyboard app for easy typing on a touchscreen, a document editor and A-GPS support for easier route-finding.