Both Ace 2 and Ace Plus are the little brothers of the smartphones from the Galaxy range, but even if they’re undersize, they’re still powerful and run decently. We’ll compare both smartphones to see which one has more advantages.
Displays and designs
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has 3.8 inch PLS TFT capacitive touch screen, that supports a resolution of 480×800 pixels resolution, while the Galaxy Ace Plus’s display is slightly smaller, which is a 3.65 inch TFT capacitive touch screen, that renders a resolution of 320×480 pixels.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 weights 122 grams and measures 118.3×62.2×10.5 mm, while the Galaxy Ace Plus is weighting 7 grams less, and has these dimensions: 114.5×62.5×11.2 mm.
Hardware and operating systems
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has an 800 MHz dual core processor + NovaThor U8500 chipset, and only one variant of internal memory of 4 GB, expandable by up to 32 GB.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Ace Plus comes with a 1 GHz cortex A5 processor + Qualcomm MSM7227A Snapdragon chipset and a has a very small internal memory of 3 GB, but fortunately it’s expandable by to 32 GB.
These are both Android smartphones that run on the Gingerbread o.s. The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has 768 MB of RAM, while the Galaxy Ace Plus comes with only 512 MB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has a 5 MP primary camera (autofocus + LED flash) and a VGA secondary camera, while the Galaxy Ace Plus doesn’t have a secondary camera, and the primary camera is also of 5 MP, having similar features to Ace 2’s camera.
You can talk 7 hours and a half on 3G on the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, which has a Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery. On the Galaxy Ace Plus you can talk 10 minutes less, but the battery is also less powerful, being a Li-Ion 1300 mAh battery.
On amazon.com, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 costs only 147 dollars, while the Galaxy Ace Plus S7500L can be purchased at the price of 199 dollars.
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