Galaxy Ace 3 is Samsung’s latest smartphone

| November 23, 2013

Galaxy Ace 3 is Samsung’s latest smartphone Galaxy Ace 3

A new low-ender with a dual-core CPU and optional LTE connectivity. Another week, another Samsung phone announcement. Now it’s the week of the Galaxy Ace 3, the manufacturer’s new entry-level release. The most recent device in Samsung’s Galaxy Ace line, the Ace 3 smartphone moves things forwards with optional LTE connectivity, a dual-core mainframe and also the latest software system from Google and Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has a dual-core 1GHz processor (1.2GHz within the LTE version with 1Gig of RAM, and a 5-megapix rear camera and a 4-inc WVGA (800×480) display). On the 3G version there’s additionally 4GB of internal memory, of just 1.77GB is offered to use, thus you’ll need to use that microSD slot to expand the on board storage. The 4G version has 8GB, with 5GB usable. The Ace three additionally includes several of the headline software system options of the Galaxy S4, like S Travel, S Translate and S Voice. And it’s running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and also the latest TouchWiz UI.

Galaxy Ace 3 with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

As we have a tendency to mention this quite often, the Galaxy Ace 3 is on the market in 3G and 4G LTE flavors, and there will even be a dual-SIM choice. But while it will surely be available to Europe, there’s no word on any regional availability or release dates — we’ll probably learn a lot about it from Samsung’s offices around the world later within the day. We additionally imagine we’ll see the Ace 3 in London on June20, at the company’s “Premiere 2013” event. Update: Samsung tells us that the LTE version will be available within the GB.

Galaxy Ace 3 android smartphone

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