Samsung has announced two new handsets that will be the new members of its Android smartphone family. The new devices - Ace 2 and mini 2 are both seemingly promising handsets and will be rolled out by network operator Three soon.
As one could guess from the names themselves, both handsets are successors to the Samsung mini and Ace. According to a official blog post by Three, the Ace 2 will be coming equipped with a dual core processor which should speed up the device significantly- particularly browsing and scrolling between screens and menus. Compared to its older sibling Ace's 3.5 inch screen, the Ace 2 will be sporting a larger 3.8 inch display. In addition, the internal storage has also been beefed up to 4 GB.
The mini 2 features a sleek, vivid and bright 3.3 inch screen with superior quality. And just like the Ace 2, the processor power and internal memory in the mini 2 have been expanded too in comparison to the older Samsung mini.
"It [the mini 2] is the perfect phone if you subscribe to the theory that all the best things come in smaller packages," claimed the Three blog post.