The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus has been priced for the UK, ahead of landing on contracts later this year.
Retailer Expansys is listing the successor to the Galaxy Ace for £249.99 when bought SIM free. That ought to equate to a price point of between £15 and £20 per month plus a free phone on contracts.
As it stands, Vodafone is the sole UK carrier to have confirmed it will definitely be offering the Ace Plus, but has yet to disclose pricing or an availability date.
Touted as a tweaked version of the original Ace, the forthcoming addition to the Galaxy range teams Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread) out of the box, a five megapixel camera and a single 1GHz processor to keep everything running smoother than Terry Thomas.
It’s also home to the built-in Swype touchscreen typing app, a 3.65-inch HVGA display and microSD card support to allow owners to boost storage space by up to 32GB.