Pricing and availability details for the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 have surfaced online, ahead of its anticipated arrival on contracts imminently.
Unlocked Mobiles is listing the successor to the Ace for £249.98 when bought SIM-free. By our reckoning, that ought to equate to a contract price of about £15 to £20 per month.
The SIM-free specialist retailer expects to take stock of the handset on March 23rd. Expect networks to be on board around the same time.
Unveiled in the phoney-war period that precedes Mobile World Congress, the Ace 2 features Android 2.3 (aka Gingerbread) out of the box and a dual-core 800MHz processor.
It’s also home to a 3.8-inch 480x800-pixel screen, 4GB of storage, a five megapixel snapper and a secondary camera for video calls.
Currently Three is the sole UK carrier to confirm it’ll be picking up the Ace 2 when it hits our shores.
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