Samsung Galaxy Ace

The powerful and slim Samsung Galaxy Ace is full of features that will take you a long time to get to grips with. However, once you do you will feel as though you have one of those on-board computers with you at all times. It really is all-singing and all-dancing. The first thing you will […]

Samsung Galaxy Ace

The powerful and slim Samsung Galaxy Ace is full of features that will take you a long time to get to grips with. However, once you do you will feel as though you have one of those on-board computers with you at all times. It really is all-singing and all-dancing. The first thing you will notice about Samsung’s Galaxy Ace is the slim and tough casing. It also has a fair bit of weight to it for its size.

Beneath the tough exterior and not so full bodied slim chassis lies a smartphone with more than just a way to connect a phone call with your family and friends. The swipe feature is one that really works. That would be until you get it out in the rain. Do not get the front screen wet as the sensitivity tends to malfunction. The display on this is great because we have a three-and-a-half inch screen which is just dandy when you want to view those videos you have taken and also perfect for watching those YouTube videos.

If you really want to get to grips with all that is good in the Samsung Galaxy Ace then look towards its operating system and the apps. The operating system is the Android 2.2 and it works like a dream. The Android apps that are available are simply too huge to mention. The look of the phone is good and it is well shaped with a position in the higher end of the Samsung range of smartphones. It has a great feature in the Google Maps icon; a pristine working GPS to run it and accuracy that will really impress. Just recently we travelled from London to Bristol and I was a passenger sitting in the front seat navigating. My sister, who was driving asked if we could avoid the M4 motorway as the journey by the A roads is far more scenic. I happily agreed as the M4 is one of those motorways that have a sound barrier on both sides for several miles and the driving is enough to send even the more alert drivers into a slumber.

I had my Samsung Galaxy Ace and we noticed that each time we passed through a scenic little market town in the Thames Valley we were spending endlessly long spells on the A4 before reaching the next town. My sister would say, “Surely we should be in Swindon by now?” At that point I would check the Samsung Galaxy Ace’s Google Map feature and it displayed our exact position on the map.

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