It was February of this year when Samsung announced the arrival of their latest Galaxy handset. I am talking about the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. Back in January of 2011, Samsung also announced the release of the first Samsung Galaxy Ace. This was dubbed as a budget Android Phone. In this article, I will compare the latest Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 to its predecessor the famous Galaxy Ace and see how they match up against each other. I will start with the Galaxy Ace 2 and follow it with the Galaxy Ace. Read on!

Please allow me to start with their display screens. The successor packs a 3.8″ PLS TFT touch screen and it is packed with a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It also comes in with 246 ppi for its pixel density. On the other hand, its predecessor packs a 3.5″ TFT capacitive touch screen with screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and comes in with 165ppi for its pixel density. It is quite obvious as to who wins this round when it comes to packing a bigger screen and higher number when it comes to screen resolution. And for that, I will give the successor one point for this. samsung galaxy s21 5g

Let’s move on to dimensions and weight. The actual dimensions of the successor are at 118.3 x 62.2 x 10.5mm and it weighs in at 122 grams only. The Ace on the other hand is at 112.4 x 59.9 x 11.5mm and it weighs in at 113 grams only. As you can see, the latest version is bigger and heavier than its predecessor. For that, I give another good point to the upgraded successor.

Let’s now talk about processors and their memory storage capacity. The successor runs with a powerful dual-core processor. It clocks at an amazing speed rate of 800MHz and used Mali 400MP GPU. It also comes in with 4GB worth of memory storage capacity and 768MB worth of RAM. You can also choose to add more memory via the phone’s microSD card slot. In addition, you can add as much as 32GB worth of memory on this handset. The predecessor runs on single-core processor (ARM11) which clocks at a speed rate of 800MHz and uses Adreno 200 GPU. You will also get 158MB worth of memory storage and 278MB worth of RAM. You can also add more memory via its microSD card slot. You can add as much as 32GB worth of memory storage on this handset. It comes in with 2GB more of free storage. Again, the upgraded Galaxy Ace 2 bags another point for packing a powerful dual-core processor as opposed to the single-core processor of its predecessor.

These two handsets are pre-installed with Android Gingerbread (Android version 2.3) for their OS. Sadly, both of these handsets are not up for an upgrade to the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. But the good news is, you can enjoy its Android OS like other high-end smartphones with the same OS.