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The Samsung Galaxy Ace is the youngest brother of the Galaxy family, but by no means is a mobile minority. Nothing is further from the truth. Those who are not willing to take a large – and expensive – as is the terminal Samsung Galaxy S2, have available a device that is more or less in height. And so is showing the large number of followers who intend to do with the new Samsung Galaxy Ace.
If you have not noticed their technical performance, or if you are hesitant to make with it or not, I will say that the Samsung Galaxy Ace mobile phone is a simple but complete, which has a screen 3.5-inch capacitive multitouch and a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. It also has a five megapixel camera capable of recording video in a more than acceptable quality. In the area of connectivity we have a phone compatible with 3G networks and Wi-Fi, as well as allowing the ability to function as GPS. It comes standard equipped with Android 2.2 Froyo, but as I said, since a few days you can upgrade to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. We explain how.
The best thing is that this update is available – from the beginning – both for users of free terminals to those who have purchased subsidized through any operator. And how I can upgrade?, You ask.
Well, first you have to do is download the Samsung Kies, because the Korean firm is often used to carry out their updates, rather than via OTA (Over The Air) which is the most practical way, without to connect the phone and cable in between. In any case, you can follow this link to download the program for both Windows and Mac. Once you have installed, you can simply connect your phone to the computer via a USB cable. From that moment, you can make the search for pending upgrade and waiting to land on your phone.
The Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is available from this month of October, so you should have no problem to update your Samsung Galaxy Ace. Nor have any difficulty if you bought the phone through Telstra or Vodafone, as the update is also compatible with the terminals that have been acquired through these operators. Is expected in the coming days to do the same customers of Movistar or Orange to catch up with the rest of users residing in Spain.