Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Specs & Features Unveiled

Posted on Apr 17 2013 - 7:00pm by Techzek

Over the past couple of months Samsung has been definitely beefing up all possible smartphone lines they have. The living proof of this is the announcement of their flagman – Samsung Galaxy S4 and the released rumors on Galaxy Mega series that will come in two versions – 6.3” and 5.8” displays.

However, if you don’t plan to spend a small fortune for such device and in case you are a fan of Samsung, you might be happy to know that the South Korean technology giant is turning towards the budget market once again. Recently, couple of new and affordable devices were unveiled – Galaxy Win, Galaxy Pocket Neo, Galaxy Star, Galaxy Fame and last, but not least Galaxy Young. And now the time has come for the long-awaited Galaxy Ace 3!

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3

We’ve managed to pull up some specifications, so if you are interested you might want to continue reading! If the benchmark results we saw are true, then it really looks like the third generation of Samsung Galaxy Ace will meet the expectations of most users. The processor is Broadcom (dual-core, clocked at 1Ghz) and it has 1GB of RAM. The resolution of the display might have been a little bit better, but even with 480×800 pixels, the device is doing a great job. You can be sure that you will not have any problems even if the device is exposed to direct sunlight.

The good news doesn’t stop here. Ace 3 is going to be equipped with Android’s latest version – 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and for those of you who like taking pictures, the 5MP camera is performing quite well. All this, combined with the 720p HD video recording, make the device great for its price.

The increasing competition among Android smartphone manufacturers is increasing and due to this fact you shouldn’t act surprise when we see new devices monthly. After all Samsung want to keep their leadership and because of this reason they are giving their best to meet the needs of all customers.

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