In this article, I give you my quick review of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss Edition mobile phone with specs included.
Mobile phone manufacturers and designers from the world of fashion have obviously realized in recent years that their joint projects tickle the imagination of fans of mobile devices and fashion trends and are increasingly turning to a collaboration that really bears fruit.
After the successful cooperation between Samsung and the fashion of giant Giorgio Armani on a special edition of the Galaxy S series, Samsung once again turned to design house Hugo Boss and renewed the collaboration most likely taught by a positive experience from the day they worked together on the F480 project.
This time, the designers of the mentioned fashion company breathed their magic into the new model of the Ace series, and the final product under the official name Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss Edition really represents a small masterpiece that was warmly welcomed by the public.
At first glance, the Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss gives the impression that it is “tailored” to the needs of consumers in the fashion industry, thanks to the maximum attention to finishing details and matte black color, which gives the device a special look.
Modifications of this model, unfortunately, stop more at the appearance of the device. A notable novelty in relation to the existing Ace series is the special Wallpapers with which the designers from the company Hugo Boss “refined” this model and which contribute to the emphasis of this model.
Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss Edition is equipped with Samsung’s, traditionally good, 3.5 inch TFT pixel display 320 × 480, solid 5 MP camera with autofocus as well as the usual for Android devices Wi-Fi connection, Bluetooth, and Micro SD slot to expand the memory to a maximum of 32 GB.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss works with an improved Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread OS (instead of the v2.2 version) and a solid 800MHz single-core processor.
As far as supported applications are concerned, we can say that this model is solidly equipped with: A-GPS support, Document and Image editors, and there are also Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration, and of course MP3-MP4 players as music support or video formats.
According to some retail sites, the Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss cost a reasonable price in free sale, which I believe is not a big amount compared to the performance of this model. To set aside money for any piece from Hugo Boss’ collection will surely consider the amount for this device a real trifle.