Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Ace 3 (see more on the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 here). It has also revealed the smartphone’s specs and features on its official website (see Samsung’s website here).
According to Samsung, “To provide a more intuitive user experience, the GALAXY Ace 3 comes equipped with several smart features, providing innovative tools that continue to make the GALAXY series successful in the market.”
The Galaxy Ace 3’s feature are the following: “S Translator,” “S Travel,” “Smart Stay,” “S Voice,” and “Easy Mode.”
Will it be available in 3G or in 4G LTE? According to Samsung, “Depending on the market, the GALAXY Ace 3 will be available in two different versions – 3G or LTE.”
Here are the Ace 3’s specs: 480x800-pixel 4-inch screen, 5-megapixel primary camera, VGA secondary camera, 4GB on board memory (3G version) 8GB on board memory (4G version), microSD support (as much as 64GB), a 1GHz dual-core CPU (3G version), a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU (4G version), 1GB of RAM, a 1500mAh battery (3G version), and a 1800mAh battery (4G version). Dimensions are 121.2x62.7x9.8mm and weighs 115g (3G version). Dimensions are 121.2x62.7x10mm and weighs 119.5g (4G version). It is powered by Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).
No release date or price has been announced.
Wondering when you’ll be able to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3? We’ll let you know once Samsung announces anything official.