If you live in Canada and are looking for an entry-level smartphone for your clumsy kid or your spouse who is always dropping his or her smartphone, you might want to consider the Samsung Galaxy Ace II
. A leaked internal document for Canadian carrier Bell shows a release date of November 15th for the handset which resembles the Samsung Galaxy S III
from the outside. From the inside it is a different matter entirely and is even priced accordingly at $250 without one of those stubborn contracts.
Leaked internal Bell document points to November 15th launch for the Samsung Galaxy Ace II
So what makes the Samsung Galaxy Ace II an entry-level model? Well, it starts with the 4 inch Super LCD screen with WVGA resolution which results in a 246ppi pixel
density for the device. A single-core 1GHz processor is under the hood with 1GB of RAM on board. A 5MP camera rests on the back with a VGA camera in front. And the 1500mAh battery keeps the lights on. Android 4.0 is aboard and your color options are Cobalt Black and White.
If you're a power user
, this is not the phone
for you. But for family and friends who think that RAM is a Dodge truck and WVGA is a country radio station in the Black Hills of South Dakota, then the Samsung Galaxy Ace II could make a fabulous holiday gift.