Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 could arrive in May

3rd Apr 2013 | 14:14

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 could arrive in May

Dual-SIM, ahoy!

Samsung is about to introduce the next generation of its popular Ace series, following on from the success of the Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Ace Plus.

According to SamMobile, the mid-range handset will cost around £255 ($385, AUS$367) or less, and will be housing a 4-inch screen, 5MP camera and 4GB of internal storage. Oh, and Bluetooth 4.0.

Nothing on resolution yet, though a 720p display is apparently likely - as is a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU. Samsung has codenamed the phone the GT-S7272, hinting that this will be a dual-SIM device - although a single-SIM device is also highly likely to arrive alongside.

Potting aces in the middle range

Another new feature of the Ace 3 is more colour options - Metallic Black, Metallic Blue, Pure White and Wine red. A nice little palette for the choosy among you.

The Ace series has certainly proven hugely popular with consumers, and we expect the Ace 3, which will most likely be running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, to see that enthusiasm continue.

Check out Samsung's Your Mobile Life to discover loads more about the infinite possibilities of the GALAXY Note II

It's also proving to be a busy few weeks for Samsung, with the arrival of the Galaxy S4 at the end of April, and whispers of the Galaxy S4 Mini appearing soon.

Via SamMobile

Samsung Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Galaxy Ace 3 Android Jelly Bean smartphones phonescarousel-en-gb phonescarousel-en-us phonescarousel-en-au
Share this Article
Google+

Apps you might like:

Most Popular

Edition: UK
TopView classic version