Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Ace Plus, a mid-range handset that’s loosely based off the original Galaxy S. While the device has all of the features that many have come to expect from a smartphone in today’s market, it isn’t the next high-end device to rule them all.
The Galaxy Ace Plus has a 1GHz processor under the hood, and features a 3.65-inch HVGA resolution TFT touchscreen device. There is a 5MP rear-facing camera paired with an LED flash. Unsurprising, the device also features Android 2.3 Gingerbread, as well as Samsung’s proprietary TouchWiz user interface. You’ll find an accelerometer, a digital compass, WiFi, Bluetooth and a-GPS. It features 512MB of RAM and 3GB of built-in storage, with a microSD card slot. The battery measures in at 1,300mAh.
Unfortunately, while Samsung was more than willing to share all the details about the Galaxy Ace Plus itself, there’s not any information about a price or release date.