Since its original launch, the white edition of the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has only ever been available on Orange contract deals, this has changed today with the release of the Galaxy Ace II white on Vodafone, O2 and T-Mobile pay monthly tariffs creating a multitude of new deals for consumers to choose from.
White Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 deals are now offered with a free phone from just £15.50 on the Orange network with Vodafone a little more expensive at £21 per month, O2 at £21.50 and then T-Mobile at £26 line rental, however O2′s deal is the most attractive for average users as it offers a good 500MB of inclusive data alongside 100 minutes of calls every month.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 is a good looking upgrade to the original Galaxy Ace model with a better camera, faster processor, higher resolution screen and larger memory capacity, the processor is now a dual-core 800MHz chip for speedy task management which when coupled with the Android 2.3 OS makes for a quick and sleek user experience.
The camera is now a 5 mega pixel unit which can record video at 720p HD quality and pictures and video look great on the new 3.8 inch, 480 x 800 pixel resolution, WVGA TFT display, inside is 4GB of memory which can be expanded further with MicroSD cards for storing those works of art as well as games, music and apps and there’ a good sized 1500mAh battery taking care of the power.
Samsung have now released the Galaxy Ace 2 in both black and white colour schemes, these phones make for a great budget buy when looking for all of the Android features plus a decent camera and touch screen for a smaller price tag than the likes of the top-end Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2.