Samsung’s Galaxy line is one of the most popular smartphone lines in the world at this moment. Let’s not forget that the Samsung Galaxy SII is probably the best smartphone to ever hit the market, so it’s only natural that Samsung would want to build upon the success and recognition the Galaxy SII has brought to the company.
Another popular product part of the Galaxy line of smartphones has been the Samsung Galaxy Ace, a budget friendly smartphone for those who want a mid-level Android handset at a reasonable price. The Galaxy Ace smartphone has enjoyed a fair amount of success so Samsung decided to release the follow up to their popular handset – the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus.
The Galaxy Ace owners out there will discover that the new Plus model will run at 1Ghz, 200Mhz more than their model while the storage space on-board has been expanded up to 3GB. The Ace Plus also brings in a slightly bigger display in comparison to its predecessor, featuring a 3.65 inch touchscreen and a 320 x 480 pixel resolution.
Further more, the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus also features those Samsung apps every Galaxy owner loves, such as the Social Hub, Music Hub, ChatON and the Samsung UI – TouchWiz for an improved user experience.
Samsung hasn’t released any information about pricing for the Galaxy Ace Plus but many hope to see it at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.
Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Plus will be in stores by the end of this month in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and China. You can get in US right now for $283.