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Samsung is promoting its Galaxy Note new-generation mobile phone by taking over the name of a Madrid metro station for a month (, 13 March 2012)

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While we are talking Samsung we hear that Asda has slashed the cost of the popular Samsung Galaxy Ace to just £135.  This brings it down to less than half the cost of its sister mobile, the Samsung Galaxy S, which retails at around £300.

The Galaxy Ace has large 3.5” HVGA Touchscreen and is packed full of features including a 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a high speed USB 2.0 port.  It’s also got an impressive battery life with a talk time of 6.5 hours or 420 hours when on standby.

Users of the phone have access to approximately 100,000 apps which are available on the Android Market.  These include games, utilities, news, health and finance applications with more being added on a daily basis.

Chris Jones, Mobile expert at Asda said: “The Galaxy Ace is one of the most affordable phones of its kind.  It’s practical and lightweight yet delivers a multitude of advanced features.  We want to offer our customers smartphones with prices to match.”

Asda is also selling the Blackberry 9300 for £119 on the Orange network with £10 of free airtime.  Both products are available in Asda stores and online at

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