Though they may not have the most impressive specs, if you’re looking for a moderately priced Android smartphone, these could do the trick.
The Galaxy Ace is very much the splitting image of its older brother, Samsung’s Galaxy S, and with a 3.5-inch touchscreen, LED flash and five-megapixel camera, it does what you expect of a smartphone, powered with an 800MHz processor.
The Galaxy mini is, unsurprisingly, smaller than the Ace with a three-inch touchscreen, and a 600MHz processor. Although there’s no flash, the phone’s three-megapixel camera should do the job in a pinch, and GPS for Google Maps, in addition to the rest of Google’s smartphone portfolio.
Both the Galaxy Ace and mini will be running Android 2.2, and being a Sammy phone, they should come with Swype text input, for speedy, swishy texting and emailing.
If you’d like a closer look, check out our hands-on photo gallery for both the Galaxy mini and Ace.