Samsung has recently launched the Dual SIM version of Samsung Galaxy Ace smart phone with slight changes. Here’s a comparison between the two phones on the basis of different specifications.
Both phones have exactly the same a compact and elegant design. Galaxy Ace weighs 113g while its Duos version weighs 122g Duos is an mm thicker than the original version with 12.5mm of thickness. Both the phones have a width of 59.9mm and is 112.4mm long.
Both phones feature a TFT capacitive touchscreen having a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels with 16M color support. The screen size is 3.5 inches and pixel density of 165ppi. The display is not the most sharp but still quiet good. It is powered by TouchWiz UI and supports Multi touch. They also feature accelerometer, proximity sensor and compass.
Samsung galaxy Ace features a 5MP camera while Ace Duos features a 3.15MP camera having maximum image recording resolution of 2048*1536 pixels. It is capable of recording video and features geo-tagging.
Processor and OS:
Galaxy Ace features Android 2.3(Gingerbread) while the Dual SIM version has ANDROID OS v2.2 (Froyo). The processing power of both the phone is 800MHz on a Qualcomm MSM7627 chipset.
Both phones follows IEEE’s Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n standards featuring Wi-Fi hotspot. There is Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP and micro USB 2.0. It also features GPS with A-GPS support. Galaxy Ace has the same connectivity features except for Bluetooth v2.1.
The internal storage capacity of Galaxy Ace is 158MB with 278 MB of RAM the storage capacity of the Duos version is not confirmed but the external storage can be extended up to 32GB via micro SD memory card up to 32GB in both phones.
Galaxy Ace comes with 1350mAH battery whereas Ace Duos features 1650 mAH standard Li-Ion battery that is capable of providing up to 7 hrs of continuous talk time.
Price and Availability:
Galaxy Ace is priced for RS 12990 while Galaxy Ace Duos is priced around RS 16900.