Samsung has quietly launched a latest mid-range smartphone to replace its older Galaxy Ace Plus smartphone. The latest Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus GT-S7500 has the latent to be a great device worth enjoying Android OS on.
The latest Galaxy Ace Plus actually appears very resembling the Galaxy Ace and has the same grasp based back panel. Rather than a block design, Samsung has added a few curves to the device and it looks less blocky.
Mostly, Samsung has taken the similar approach with Galaxy Ace Plus that HTC did with Wildfire S and Motorola did with Defy+ (Defy Plus).
While it looks like Galaxy Ace, the latest Galaxy Ace Plus arrives with a completely different model number GT-S7500. In terms of specifications, Samsung has surely given it a decent bump.
This smartphone features a 3.65 inch touchscreen display with the similar 320 x 480 pixel resolution and 158 pixels per inch density. With lower pixel density, the phone’s screen emerged almost the same as that of Galaxy Ace. It comes with 1 GHz mobile processor, 5 MP camera and Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread OS.