BANGALORE, INDIA: Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced the launch of its next generation Galaxy Ace Plus (GT-S7500). As an enhanced version of the widely popular GALAXY Ace, the GALAXY Ace Plus is the smartphone for the young and trendy professional.
“The GALAXY Ace Plus features the Android Gingerbread platform and Samsung services that provide an enhanced mobile experience to its users,” said Ranjit Yadav, country head, Samsung Mobile & IT. “In 2012, we will continue to expand our incredibly popular GALAXY smartphone range, which is one of the most successful mobile brands in India and across the world.”
Building on the heritage of GALAXY Ace, the GALAXY Ace Plus is a stylishly designed smartphone with a modern and minimalist casing with rounded edges and featuring an affordably-sized 3.65’’ HVGA display. The phone has been designed to be simple yet elegant.
The GALAXY Ace Plus is backed by an impressive 1GHz processor and HSDPA 7.2 Mbps connectivity, providing seamless browsing and multitasking suitable for today’s young professionals. Wifi 802.11 functionality enables high speed for browsing, downloading and video streaming. Application startups are faster with virtually no lag time, even while multitasking. Additionally, an impressive 2GB of storage capacity for multimedia content, expandable up to 32GB, allow users greater content freedom and usability.
Running on the Android Gingerbread and featuring Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface, the GALAXY Ace Plus allows users to handle mobile tasks faster and efficiently. New music playback functionality features a play progress bar and the ability to view music tracks in folders. Call features allow users to reject calls with text messages and add unwanted callers to a black list log. For added productivity, users also have the option of using ThinkFree, a tool that enables viewing and editing of Office documents, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDFs, while on the move.
The GALAXY Ace Plus enables users to stay connected through Samsung’s Social Hub and ChatON services. ChatON, connects phone users—across all mobile platforms—into a single community using phone numbers instead of usernames and passwords. The ChatON feature provides instant messaging, group chatting and sharing of content in multiple formats including images, video, voice, contacts, calendar, etc.—to make messaging simpler and more intuitive than ever.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus is priced at Rs. 18,150/-. To offer the consumers with an enhanced experience, there is a limited period offer of a free Samsung Bluetooth headset (model BHM1000) priced at Rs. 1,299/-.
With the launch of this Smartphone, Samsung has a range of 17 smartphone models priced in the range between Rs. 7,360/- to Rs. 38,250/-.