The launch of the new Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus could convince more people to think about mobile phone recycling in order to get their hands on the new handset.
Samsung’s latest mobile comes with Gingerbread Android 2.3, a 3.65-inch screen and a 1GHz processor. As well as this, people looking to invest in the handset will be able to make use of a five megapixel autofocus camera and have three gigabytes of memory with microSD at their disposal.
The handset is due to be released in Russia this month and will hit the rest of Europe, Latin America, parts of Asia, the Middle East and Africa throughout the rest of the year, which should give people time to recycle their mobile phone to get their hands on this new item.
Last month, Broadband Genie revealed that they expect Samsung to be the UK’s favourite brand in 2012 and successfully hold off the challenge of HTC.
Posted by Samantha Green