Popular luxury brand Hugo boss has launched the limited edition Samsung Galaxy Ace.
International apparel maker Hugo Boss and Samsung have joined hands to announce a new limited edition smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss is an Android based smartphone that spells pure luxury endorsed by Hugo Boss.
There are quite a few changes that Hugo Boss has made to the Samsung Galaxy Ace to give it its unique identity. The phone features an overall matter black finish and the back of the device features a specially treated and textured pattern chosen especially for this by the designers at Hugo Boss.
The user interface has been customised by the designers and the device features special edition wallpapers and screensavers along with the whole altered look of the user interface.
It is powered with the same 800 MHz processor as the one featured on the original Galaxy Ace. Only the look and feel of the device has been majorly altered without there being many changes in hardware. The device still features the same hardware specs as the original.
Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss edition features a 3.5 inch 320 x 480 pixel display. The phone also features a 5 megapixel rear camera. It has 160 MB of internal memory and comes loaded with a 2 GB storage card though it can support up to 32 GB. It provides up to 5 hours of talktime with the standard battery.
The device has been announced for Paris now but will be made available in other countries as well. The device will be available at exclusive Hugo Boss outlets and will carry an expected price tag of approximately 300 Euros.
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