Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 - More of the Same? - Page 2
The 5-megapixel camera is of good quality and comes with autofocus, but it’s surprisingly not an improvement on that of the previous version. It can record 720p HD video, and has a VGA camera in the front for video calls. The Ace 2’s camera is stuck square in the middle of the phone’s backplate, giving it a pleasant Cyclops look (yes, really) and has a tiny flash nestled underneath. This phone is fashionably thin with a width of just 10.5mm. This makes it tubbier than the Samsung Galaxy S2, but still wallet-sized for those of you who truly like to travel light.
Essentially, this is a phone for anyone who wants a dual-core smartphone but can’t afford the Android Ice Cream Sandwich-equipped top-end models. Aesthetically and ergonomically this phone packs a punch, and with a beefed up battery, a decent camera, a great operating system, and a lot of possibility for customisation, this phone will easily surpass the other budget smartphones out there. Yes, that means you, Orange San Francisco.
Proving that a smartphone can fit in your wallet without emptying it, and that not all sequels are rubbish, say hello to the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2.