Samsung's Galaxy series has created a number of popular handsets. Examples of these handsets are the i9000 S, the Apollo, and the Giorgio Armani. This 2011, there will be two more additions to this popular series. These smartphones are the Ace and Mini.
The Ace is a more compact smartphone. Its dimensions are 112.4 mm (height), 59.9 mm (width), and 11.5 mm (thickness). It weighs in at a mere 113 grams. It comes with features such as 3G, Wi-Fi, a 5 MP camera, image enhancing features, and multimedia features.
The Mini is also a more compact mobile phone. It has dimensions of 110.4 (height), 60.8 (width), and 12.1 mm (thickness). It weighs in at a mere 105 grams. This handset comes with a 3.5 MP camera, other image enhancing features, Wi-Fi capabilities, and 3G capabilities.
When it comes to processing power, the phones come with processors that are packed with power that is surprising for the phone's size. The Ace is equipped with an 800 MHz processor. The Mini is equipped with a 600 MHz processor that is ideal for multitasking and fast web browsing.
Both handsets run on the Android 2.2 Froyo OS. For whatever these phones lack in hardware, they make for it with this advanced Android OS. This OS is 2 to 5 times faster compared to its predecessor the 2.1 Éclair. It gives you the ability to multitask smoother and it makes the phone's web capabilities faster. It is fully integrated with HTML 5 and the latest Flash applications. This means that you will gain access to more than 1.6 million dynamic websites found across the World Wide Web.
The handsets are ideal for accessing the internet on the go. You can make use of its Wi-Fi capabilities and make use of public hotspots or wireless networks. Its 3G capabilities will allow fast browsing, downloads, and uploads as well. No matter where you may be, you will always have access to the internet.
For people who are looking for more compact but powerful handsets, Samsung has created these handsets that are sure to satisfy your needs. The Samsung Galaxy Ace and Mini are compact handsets ready to hit the mobile market this 2011.