Samsung released today the first info about their latest entry-level smartphone, the Galaxy Ace 3. It will be available in three different versions with the following model numbers S7270, S7272 and S7275. There is no official word on the pricing and release date of when the Galaxy Ace 3 will be shipped internationally.

The GT-S7270 version of the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is the standard model, while the GT-S7272 is the dual-sim version. The GT-S7275 Galaxy Ace 3 phone packs LTE connectivity. All variants feature a 4-inch TFT screen, 1GB RAM, 1.0 dual-core CPU, 4GB internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via external microSD, 5MP camera, 1500 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, HSUPA, HSDPA etc. The default operating system is the latest build of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with the Samsung TouchWiz Nature UX interface.

It packs some 'S' features that were first packed with Samsung's high-end devices. The S Translator features offers you the possibility to access instant translation for various languages. S Travel will keep you updated with travel info and guides for you upcoming trips. Smart Stay will dim the display when you will look away from your smartphone so that the battery life will be saved. The S Voice tool it brings support for voice commands that allows you to perform internet searches and control your smartphone at the same time.

Another main feature of Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is the 'Easy Mode'. It brings a more user-friendly homescreen interface that should offer you the possibility for an easier access to the main apps and settings of your device.

We've got no info on the phone's availability or its final pricing. However, we can speculate and guesstimate that the final price of Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 might be somewhere around $350 and it should be ready for a late summer release.

This is a smartphone for low-end users as it packs not-that-great specs but it will still run the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. Do you plan on purchasing a Samsung Galaxy Ace 3? If you do, then you should tell us in comments why and what's your favorite Galaxy Ace 3 feature.

Girin Jackson · 5 years ago

I think Galaxy Core is better option...

Microsoftjunkie · 5 years ago

And why would i buy this over priced thing? There are better and less expensive alternatives.

suzane clark · 5 years ago

Could have purchased but possessing Galaxy Note....Samsung will drive us crazy with all its new devices and power packed features. Love to carry Samsung phones

dk · 5 years ago

Samsung logo ka pagal bna rahi hsi

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