If you rushed out to pick up a cheap Sony Tablet S earlier today and you’ve still got some cash left over, then you might want to spend it on the new Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus, which arrives in U.K. stores tomorrow, March 17.
This Android-powered smartphone is the successor to the entry-level Galaxy Ace, and as you’d expect it’s been kitted out with some new specifications that make it a little more advanced. It’s now packing a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, a 3.65-inch display, and is powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Furthermore, it’ll be on sale in the U.K. tomorrow, with a number of carriers and a variety of price plans.
Simon Stanford, vice president of Samsung’s U.K. & Ireland Telecommunications & Networks Division, said customer response to the Galaxy Ace Plus has been positive since it was announced earlier this year:
“We’ve had a positive response to the Galaxy Ace Plus since announcing it earlier this year and are looking forward to offering fans of the much loved Galaxy Ace an alternative device. As with all smartphones in our Galaxy range, the Galaxy Ace Plus is stylishly designed and packed full of features making it a great mid-range phone for our customers.”
Unfortunately, Stanford didn’t mention prices, but you can be sure the handset will be available for free on most tariffs.
What do you think of the Galaxy Ace Plus? Will you be picking one up tomorrow?