Samsung announces new phone 3 January 2012 14:48:26
SD card owners who are looking for a new smartphone which is capable of playing more of the media stored on their memory card could be interested in the latest offering from Samsung.
The electronics manufacturer has announced that its first product of the new year will be the Galaxy Ace Plus.
Samsung explained that the handset will be based on the current Ace model and will bring the latest technological advancements to the already popular device.
The Galaxy Ace Plus will run Android 2.3, come equipped with a 3.65-inch touchscreen and have a powerful 1GHz processor.
"In 2012, we will continue to make every effort to create an easy and fun mobile experience by expanding our incredibly popular Galaxy smartphone range," said JK Shin, the firm's president of IT and mobile communications.
The new phone supports a micro SD card with a capacity of up to 32GB, so those who opt for it may want to make the Lexar 32GB Micro SD Card (SDHC) - Class 10 the first accessory.
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