Samsung have certainly come a long way in the world of smartphones. It is now able to make even its entry-level models look very appealing. A clear example of this can be seen in the Galaxy Ace Q, or as others would have it, the Samsung Galaxy Appeal. It comes with a 3.2-inch HVGA screen, a 3-megapixel camera with 3x digital zoom, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. As an added bonus, it has a built-in QWERTY keyboard.
Unlike some other touchscreen handsets that are also equipped with QWERTY keyboards, the Galaxy Appeal doesn’t look terribly bulky at all. In fact, unless you look at it from its sides, you’ll probably never notice that it has something hiding underneath the display at all. It runs on an 800MHz processor and has 512MB of RAM as well as 4GB of storage. And it comes with the usual set of entry-level smartphone wireless features, which are GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
There are better models than the Galaxy Appeal when it comes to hardware features and sheer performance. But it still offers good value for money especially for those who need top-notch messaging features.
Need to Know: Samsung Galaxy Appeal
1. Comes with a built-in hardware keyboard. (The Good)
2. Long battery life. (The Good)
3. Has very limited RAM and internal storage space. (The Bad)
4. Uses an older version of the Android software. (The Bad)