The fourth Galaxy Ace packs a 5-megapixel camera and Android 4.4 KitKat. Read on for all the facts.
The Galaxy Ace 3 has an adequate set of specs for the price, but neither its screen, software or performance match the Motorola Moto G's, which costs half as much. Unlike the Moto G though, the Ace 3 does offer 4G and expandable storage -- the only reasons to go for this phone over Motorola's
For pay as you go budget buyers, the Galaxy Ace 2 is a great all-rounder, with a dual-core chip and an excellent camera. It's not so competitively priced SIM-free or on contract so its appeal is limited. Android enthusiasts may be disappointed to hear it runs on Gingerbread software, rather than the newer Ice Cream Sandwich.
Typical price: £180.00
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus is a slightly souped-up version of the Galaxy Ace. It looks like a decent Android phone in its own right, though the Galaxy Ace 2 might prove a better choice if it doesn't wind up being much more expensive, as that phone features a bigger, higher-resolution screen.
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Samsung's made the right sacrifices to keep the cost of the Galaxy Ace down. It has a relatively low-res screen and lacks the power to play Flash video, but this Android phone is packed with fun features and looks much more expensive than it is.
Typical price: £300.00
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The Samsung Galaxy Ace is now just £135 at bum-slapping ubermarket Asda.
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Carphone Warehouse is offering cashback up to £300 on phones including the Samsung Galaxy Ace and Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini.
CNET UK reviews the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, a budget Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset with an excellent camera.