In this article, I give you my quick review of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos GT-S6802. Samsung is trying to constantly launch various phones on the market. Whether it is cheap or expensive, smart, or “ordinary”, with a touch screen or one that does not recognize this type of management, only the South Korean giant is always in trend.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos, as its name suggests, runs on two cards. It is an Android device that users can use simultaneously thanks to the fact that it is a dual active phone, so you can receive calls on the second card while your conversation over the first is still ongoing. So the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is a pretty tempting device.
Right at the start summary: Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is a phone that makes you constantly available, both in private and business number and that is its primary quality! This phone has very other qualities because in many respects it does not differ significantly from some “mono” SIM Android phones.
Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos dimensions
This 112.7 x 61.5 x 11.5 mm phone holds 512 MB of RAM along with a 3GB internal counterpart, while a total of 32 GB is possible using a microSD card. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos weighs 122 grams, which is an average.
Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos specification and performance
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is powered by a single-core 832 MHz processor, which of course isn’t that powerful, but it would be said to be quite enough for some non-suicidal activities. Although, as technology advances, without us even being aware of it, it can be said that this is still an insufficient number of “revolutions”.
The resolution of the TFT screen is slightly better and it is 320 × 480 pixels, while the number of colors is just over 262,000. That should be enough for the basics.
The breaking multimedia is still reserved for another team of phones. Far from being able to watch a movie on the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos (after all, this is Android signed by Samsung)!
The screen itself has a diagonal of 3.5 inches, which was common until yesterday, but unfortunately, screens of 4 and even more inches now rule.
You can’t expect a front camera from a phone like this (although the price suggests it), so it’s not there, but that’s why it’s behind the established 5MP, which is quite enough, but unfortunately without an LED flash.
This would mean that it should primarily be used for painting outside in good light because for those inside it will hardly be capable. The camera also has geotagging, autofocus, and image editing applications.
If the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is missing something, it is certainly not connectivity, as it has 3G, Wi-Fi, micro USB port, Bluetooth, audio input, GPS, media player with many supported formats, and FM radio. A full hat, one would say.
If you use your phone primarily for talking, then know that the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos on 2G provides up to 16.5 hours of operation, and on 3G up to 6.5 hours, which is quite a lot, especially since the battery is not too bulky (1,300 mAh).
Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos Conclusion
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is a phone that offers everything you need. It is one of the better dual SIM phones, and its price is quite acceptable. It offers quite a solid number of options and possibilities and that should be kept in mind.
If its price is not too high for you, there is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is the right choice to help you get rid of the ballast of two phones, while still having a solid performance.