Officially unveiled by Samsung earlier today, the Galaxy Ace S5830 will be available via 3 UK soon.
The British carrier intends to offer the smartphone on various plans, including its new all-you-can-eat plan (from £25 per month) – this will allow you to use the Galaxy Ace’s WiFi hotspot capability at any time.
The Galaxy Ace doesn’t run Android 2.2, as I previously thought, but the newer (and speedier) Android 2.2.1. Too bad it’s not Android 2.3 Gingerbread, right?
Here’s a video preview of 3′s new Ace:
According to 3’s official website, the Galaxy Ace will be available starting February. The handset’s price was not announced, but we know it will not be a high one.
Via the Three blog
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