Samsung has lifted the lid on successors to two of its best-selling budget blowers, in the shape of the Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2.
Check out the Ace 2 and Mini 2 in action below
Presumably unveiled now to grab headlines in the pre-Mobile World Congress (MWC) lull, both phones run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) out of the box. So, they’re unchanged from their predecessors as far as operating systems go. Pending future OS bumps, that is.
The Ace 2’s standout specs take in an 800MHz processor of the dual-core variety, a 3.8-inch, 480x800-pixel screen and 4GB of storage. Rounding off the package is a five megapixel snapper and a secondary camera for video calls.
The Mini 2 isn’t quite as impressively specc’ed for a budget phone. But nonetheless it’s still got room for a 3.27-inch, 320x480 display, a three megapixel camera and the same 4GB of internal storage as the Ace 2. All of which is wrapped up in a snug 11.9mm shell.
Due to land in April, Three has already confirmed it will be ranging the new additions to the Galaxy range from launch. Pricing isn’t yet established, but expect both to be available free on contracts from around £20 per month.