Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Goes Official: Take Three!

The 2nd sequel to one of the finest performers in the mid range pricing segment and in fact the bestselling mid ranger till date, the Samsung Galaxy Ace is back again and it’s time for version 3.0! Although the previously launched Galaxy Ace 2 couldn’t yield any magical figures for the OEM, but it seems that Samsung has got done with the homework part this time and they have managed to pull out yet another bestseller in making, The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3!

The latest mid range offering from the world leader will offer a 4.0 inches of TFT display estate that’s capable to reproduce 16M sharp colors while the processor under the hood will be of the dual core variety supported by a Gigabyte of RAM. We do not have any words on the kind of architecture/build of the processor but we can assume it to be of either the Krait kind(If it has to take on the lives of competitors like the Xperia L) or of the Broadcom one which Sammy has been going with for it’s recent launches viz. the Galaxy S2 Plus or the Galaxy Grand Duos smartphones. Further, the phone will feature HD capabilities like the rest of the lads in the segment except one and by the looks of it, it does looks nothing short of a mini version to the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini! Let’s have a quick peek at what the paper work has got to say:

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Specifications:

  • 4.0” 16M TFT LCD with 480×800 WVGA resolution(equivalent to a 233ppi count).
  • 1 GHz Dual Core Processor(1.2 GHz for the LTE variant)/1 GB RAM with 4 GB(/8 GB for the LTE variant) of on-board storage(1.77GB user available).
  • 5 MP A/F Camera with support for 720p video recording(1080p video for the LTE variant) and VGA front Camera.
  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with Touchwiz NatureUX UI and Samsung Smart Apps.
  • A Full fledged connectivity suite with optional LTE and Dual SIM variants.
  • Battery: 1500 mAh for the 3G version while a 1800 mAh unit for the LTE variant.

The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 does borrows the most of it’s aesthetics from the 2013 flagship and while many of them may not be happy to see the same design pattern again and again, to me it is indeed a move that’s wise enough from Sammy as one simply can’t take any sort of experimental risks with a potential bestseller like the Galaxy Ace 3 could turn out to be. It had to be it. Topped up with some smart features like the smart apps and smart stay, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is all about having the best of Samsung in the mid range within a trimmed down Galaxy S4 shell to heat up the things around!