June 10, 2013
Samsung announces Galaxy Ace 3, with S-class apps on board
As if the Galaxy editions didn’t have enough variations, Samsung releases another to the brand in the Galaxy Ace 3. With it’s 4-inch WVGA screen, with 1GHz dualcore processor (1GB RAM) under the hood, running for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean underlying the TouchWiz UI, the Ace 3 is targeting the entry-level consumer. The Ace 3 sports a 5MP camera with an LED flash, with a VGA up front, WiFi direct, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, 3G and a proximity sensor. It also comes with A-GPS with GLONASS, 4.0GB of onboard storage, and a few Samsung designed apps like ChatOn, S4 styled options like S Translator, STravel and S Voice for voice activating controls. It houses a 1,500 mAh near the Dual SIM card slots. An LTE edition is also going to available with 8GB of storage.
There’s no word on the price. Samsung might however disclose that information at their upcoming Premiere 2013 event, so it won’t be too long a wait. Based purely on the specs provided, it has the potential to be reasonably priced. Samsung seems to be churning out smartphones with a few minor variations and the same old design and pushing them either further up the price ladder or lower. Consumers are spoilt for choice but it seems like this brands got the market cornered. Samsung’s only competing with itself now.
[Via – Slashgear]