The new Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, which was released at Mobile World Congress back in February 2012, has gone on preorder at Unlocked-mobiles.com for just £250 with two year warranty.
Looking at the smartphone's specification, one cannot help but notice that its specification is much better than the original Samsung Galaxy S and a massive step up the original Samsung Galaxy Ace.
It has a dual core processor clocked at 800MHz which we suspect is an Exynos model, a 3.8-inch capacitive screen with a 800 by 480 pixels resolution, a 1500mAh battery, 768MB RAM, 4GB RAM (expandable to 36GB using a 32GB microSD card), a five megapixel camera with HD recording, a VGA front facing facing one, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS/Glonass, NFC capabilities, Wi-Fi, microUSB (but no HDMI).
The Galaxy Ace 2 also comes with two year warranty, runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with Touchwiz and the L!ve Panel user interface and a FM radio.
At £250, it faces some serious competition from the HTC EVO 3D which costs way less, has a bigger screen, higher resolution, 3D capabilities and a faster processor. But expect its price to rapidly plummet to less than £200.