The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and Samsung Galaxy Ace ~ It was in February this year, when Samsung announced the arrival of its latest Galaxy device. Speak of the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. In January 2011, Samsung also announced the launch of the first Samsung Galaxy Ace. This was baptized as an Android phone budget. In this article compare the latest Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 with its famous predecessor Galaxy Ace and see how they match up against each other. Start with the Galaxy Ace 2 and follow it with the Galaxy Ace. Read!
Please, let me start with their display screens. The successor packs a "PLS TFT touchscreen and is packed with a screen resolution 480 x 800 pixels. It also comes with 246 ppi for its pixel density. On the other hand, his predecessor packs a 3.5" March 8 TFT capacitive touch screen with a screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and comes with 165ppi pixel density for her. Let's dimensions and weight. The actual dimensions of 118.3 x 62.2 successor x 10.5 mm and weighs only 122 grams. Let's talk about the processors and memory storage capacity. The successor works with a powerful dual-core processor. It also comes with a penalty of 4 GB of storage memory and 768MB worth of RAM. The predecessor operates on single-core processor (ARM11) pointing a rate of speed of 800MHz and uses Adreno 200 GPU. You will also have the value 158MB storage memory and 278MB of RAM value. You can also add more memory through its microSD card slot. You can add up to 32GB of storage memory on this unit. Again, the updated Galaxy Ace 2 bags another point to pack a powerful dual-core processor unlike the single-core processor of its predecessor.
Both devices come preinstalled with Android Gingerbread (Android 2.3 version) for your operating system. Unfortunately, the two are not combined for an upgrade to the latest iteration of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. But the good news is that you can enjoy your Android operating other high-end smartphones system with the same operating system.
This is note brief comparison of the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Ace.