Samsung Galaxy Ace vs Samsung Galaxy S?

So i am looking to buy a smartphone and decided to get a Samsung Galaxy. I found the Galaxy Ace and Galaxy S. What i want to know is which one is better. Please can you note the megapixels in the camera as well. Also i found out the Ace 2. If the Ace 2 is better than the original Ace please note that as well.


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  • 7 years ago
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    Samsung galaxy S its better than Galaxy Ace or even Ace 2

    Samsung galaxy S camera :

    Primary :..5 megapixels


    Samsung galaxy ace 2:

    Primary : 5 megapixels

    Secondary : VGA

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    Samsung Galaxy S - 122.4 x 64.2 x 9.9mm, 119g

    Samsung Galaxy Ace - 112.4 x 59.9 x 11.5mm, 113g

    The Galaxy S is considerably thinner than the Ace but its proportions overall are slightly on the larger side and it’s a bit heavier too.

    Apart from this you might be hard pressed to spot the difference between these two phones, they’re more or less the same ‘candy bar’ slab-like shape seen virtually everywhere you look these days, thanks in no small part to the trendsetting by the iPhone and the Galaxy S itself.

    Despite being generic they’re still quite elegantly presented. The Galaxy S in particular has longer and more drawn out proportions which we find are more flattering than those on the slightly squatter Galaxy Ace.

    The thin profile also helps tremendously and there’s no doubt last year’s model hasn’t lost any of its ‘premium’ looks despite the ascension of its successor, the Galaxy S 2.

    We’d say the Galaxy S wins this one.

    Winner – Samsung Galaxy S


    Samsung’s new Galaxy Ace sports a 3.5-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen, the resolution is okay but nothing special at 320 x 480 pixels and with a pixel density of 164 pixels-per-inch (ppi).

    Like many Samsung handsets strengthened Gorilla Glass has been used for the display to prevent unsightly scratches and cracks.

    The phone supports multi-touch input and comes pre-loaded with the TouchWiz 3.0 user interface (UI), there’s also an accelerometer to help with screen orientation.

    The good old Samsung Galaxy S takes all that and ramps it up a notch or two. It uses a 4-inch Super Amoled capacitive touchscreen, the Amoled tech means you’ll get better brightness, more vivid colours and less intensive power consumption than your average LCD.

    Screen resolution is better on this older model at 480 x 800 pixels and pixel density too is far above its opponent at 233ppi.

    Gorilla Glass is once again used here as is the TouchWiz 3.0 UI. Multi-touch and an accelerometer also make their recurring appearance.

    A larger screen with a higher resolution and pixel density, plus all the benefits of Amoled, makes the Galaxy S our choice here.

    Winner – Samsung Galaxy S


    The Ace has fairly limited internal storage at 158MB, it does, however, support Micro SD cards up to 32GB and even comes with a 2GB card in the standard package. An additional 278MB of RAM helps the processor out.

    The Galaxy S has more options here with either 8GB or 16GB of on-board capacity while 512MB of RAM and 2GB of ROM tootle away in the background. Card support is the same as the Ace.

    More is better when it comes to storage and the Galaxy S gives you much more room for all your apps, contacts and multimedia as well as more RAM.

    Winner – Samsung Galaxy S

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Personally, i would go with the samsung galaxy S2 or S3 they are the newest and most up to date

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