Pics show what may be the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3

June 9, 2013
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    If you’re looking for a mid-range mobile device, Samsung probably has a device for you. From their lineup of “mini” Galaxy S devices, to their slew of Ace devices, Samsung has something for all of us who don’t want to spend much on a cell phone.

    Speaking of those Ace devices, a leaked picture show what is believed to be their Ace 3. Nothing official has been announced, but we’re about due for a new Ace device. Samsung is on the traditional annual upgrade cycle for the phone, so we’re comfortable this is legitimate.

    We originally saw the device at Sammobile, but the page has been loading sporadically. Of course we snagged the image before it went down completely, as you see below. We don’t have any official specs, but here’s what is being reported:

    • 4.0” TFT display at 800×480
    • 5MP Camera with flash
    • VGA front camera
    • 1.0 GHz dual core processor
    • 1GB RAM
    • 4GB Memory, supporting up to 32GB externally
    • Bluetooth 4.0
    • 1500 mAh battery

    The dimensions will be 121.2×62.7×9.79mm, according to Sammobile. The device is said to be available sometime this summer, hopefully in July, and come in three colors: Metallic Black, Pure White, and Wine Red. No mention yet of which carriers we can expect the device on, either. Previous rumors allege that the Ace 3 will come with Android Jelly Bean, but no confirmation or further rumors on which variant of Jelly Bean it would be running have come to light. We’ll keep you updated as we hear more.

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    Comments

    • Jules Landry-Simard

      Ugly and 2010 specs! No thanks

    • Obed David Perez Uri

      i hate the Ace family we are still waiting for a oficial jelly bean update on Ace 1

    • http://www.AndroidCalls.com/ Rahil

      Samsung could have done better. 4 inch display is the only noticeable spec bump from their previous ace family. Resolution, processor and battery power on this device takes us back to 2010 instead of moving forward.

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    • SeraZR™

      Not interested :P

    • Lil bit

      Wow that was a surprise, all new design language, haven’t seen this before, and looks like the choice of materials is equally revolutionary. What an outstanding device.

    • Seth @ FBT

      This one is sure to leave a lasting impression on the customers with slightly stricter wallets.

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