Samsung has surpassed Nokia in terms of making phones because last year the company’s portfolio was very attractive and there were handsets for everyone’s taste. The Galaxy S II was on the top, while the lower categories of the pyramid have more devices. One such smartphone was the Samsung Galaxy Ace, which was sold in Europe very well due to its affordable price. As usual, the manufacturer decided to launch the follow up of the Galaxy Ace, which is currently available in the UK via Three.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 doesn’t differ from its predecessor in many aspects. It comes with just a couple improvements like a 3.8-inch touchscreen, a dual-core 800MHz processor, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of native storage, and it’s 11 grams lighter.
Three UK is currently selling the phone’s SIM free variant for $363 (£229.99) while if you’re ready to pick it signing a contract with the mobile operator, then the handset will be given to you for free with plans that start at $35 (£22) per month. Plus, paying an initial fee you can lower the data plans to $24 (£15).