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Samsung Galaxy Ace Nokia 5030 XpressRadio

Samsung Galaxy Ace vs Nokia 5030 XpressRadio

Samsung Galaxy Ace

Reasons to consider the Galaxy Ace

3.5G, Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
compatibility-score Better headphone support 1.0 vs 0.8 Better headphone support
Screen PPI Higher PPI screen 164 PPI vs 113 PPI Around 50% crisper display of text, images and video
Screen size Larger screen 3.5" vs 1.8" More than 3.5x larger screen
Thickness Thinner 12 mm vs 15 mm More than 20% thinner
Network Faster max data speeds HSDPA (7.2 mbps) vs GSM (0.014 mbps) Higher theoretical max data transfer speeds over cell networks (500x faster)
Screen resolution Higher resolution screen 480x320 vs 160x128 7.5x higher resolution screen
Standby time More standby time 26.7 days vs 21.8 days More than 20% more standby time, less frequent charging
Nokia 5030 XpressRadio

Reasons to consider the 5030 XpressRadio

2G
Numeric keypad Has a numeric keypad Physical numeric keypad vs None Numeric keypads make dialing phone numbers fast and easy
Weight Lighter 82 g vs 113 g Around 30% lighter
Size Slightly smaller 44x107x14 mm vs 59x112x11 mm More than 10% smaller

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Common Pros and Cons

Compared to recent cellphones

Pros Cons
Standby time Long standby time
Galaxy Ace:26.7 days
5030 XpressRadio:21.8 days

We're not aware of any interesting cons shared by these two products.

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