Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 was already introduced in Europe several months ago. Now, it’s time for Canadians to welcome this affordable Android handset.
Mobile Syrup suggest that Virgin Mobile (and might be Bell too) will start to sell Galaxy Ace 2 at some point around November or December. It is said that the handset will cost you $200 or $250. For that amount of money, you will get 3.8″ WVGA screen, WiFi, DLNA, GPS, 5.0MP rear shutter, LED flashlight, VGA front facing camera, dual-core 800MHz ST Ericsson processors, 768MB RAM, 4GB internal data storage, and microSD card slot.
Galaxy Ace 2 is currently running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. There is no Android 4.0 update planned, but i hear that Samsung will go straight to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Should be a good bargain for any of you who interested to grab this handset.tags: Android, Bell, Canada, Galaxy Ace 2, release, SAmsung, Virgin Mobile