Samsung has just announced the successor of its highly popular Galaxy Ace Android smartphone. The successor of the mid-range device is dubbed Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus and improves several key aspects of its hardware.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus comes with a faster, 1GHz, CPU, 3GB storage and more RAM than its predecessor – 512MB. The Ace Plus also sports a marginally larger HVGA LCD – it measures 3.65″ in diagonal compared to the 3.5″ of the original Galaxy Ace. The exterior of the smartphone also got redesigned and it’s now made of glossy rather than matte plastic.
The rest of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus hardware is pretty much on par with the firs Galaxy Ace. You get a 5 megapixe autofocus camera with LED flash, dual-band 3G with 7.2 Mbps HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5mm audio jack and a standard microUSB port.
The internal storage is expandable through the microSD card slot, while the Bluetooth version is 3.0.
Unfortunately, there’s no information about the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus pricing and availability at this stage.