While it may already have not one, but two successors on the market (or coming soon), the Samsung Galaxy Ace is still a pretty decent Android smartphone in terms of specs. Sure, it’s not high-end (and it never was), but it gets the job done. It’s always been pretty affordable, yet it looks like some retailers now want to clear their stocks.
That’s since the midrange Ace is now selling for a low-end price: just £135 at ASDA. That’s right, dirt cheap. And there’s no contract to be signed or anything like that. There is one caveat, though. The device is locked to Vodafone. So you’ll only be able to use it on Big Red’s network.
But if you’re already a Vodafone customer (or want to become one), this is a great deal. And we don’t know how long it will last, or if it will ever come back again – since the Galaxy Ace is probably on the way out, leaving room for the Ace Plus and Ace 2 on retailers’ shelves.
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