Hands-On with Samsung Ace

Hands-On with Samsung Ace
The Samsung Ace is a globe-trotting Windows Mobile 6 Standard smartphone available from Sprint. Essentially an original BlackJack with a CDMA radio, the Ace works on Sprint’s domestic network and does GSM 900/1800 when overseas. This allows you to stay connected anywhere in the world, while still using only one phone, which in the face of WM6 device, brings all your data. Notable features include a full QWERTY keyboard, 1.3 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth and microSD expansion. When on Sprint’s network the Ace uses EV-DO for data, and GPRS when on GSM networks.

Samsung Ace Specifications






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1. Dub unregistered

this is the most ugly phone i have ever seen. It is so huge and has such a tiny screen (some clamshell or slider phones even have a 2.3 inch display). It is nice that it is GSM and CDMA but is it to much to ask for a nice form factor? not to mention the enormous bulge for the puny 1.3 megapixel camera...

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