Samsung have updated last years Galaxy Ace handset for a new model called the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus.
Upping the specs of the first handset, the Galaxy Ace Plus features a 1GHz processor (up 200MHz over the original) and Android Gingerbread pre-installed. The screen size jumps up slightly from 3.5 inches to 3.65 inches, but with the resolution sticking at 320×480, you’ll lose a little definition as a result.
Those thinking it’d be packing a slide-out QWERTY are getting their Samsung update names a bit skewed – “Plus” updates always deal with internal tweaks. You’re after Samsung’s “Pro” upgrades for the QWERTY features.
Elsewhere, it’s business as usual for the handset, with a 5MP camera, Samsung’s Social and Music Hubs, TouchWiz UI and the ChatON service.
Expect to see the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus hit Russian stores first later this month, with European, Asian and American roll outs to follow. No pricing has been revealed yet.