Specs for the threequel to Samsung’s hugely popular Galaxy Ace range have appeared on benchmark tests.
With just over a week to go before the highly anticipated launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4, details of the Galaxy Ace 3 have cropped up on GLBenchmark, revealing a handset that’s fittingly mid-range.
Powered by Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 with Samsung’s new Nature UX 2.0 UI layered on top, the Ace 3 (model name GT-S7272) rocks a four-inch display (800 x 800) that’s marginally bigger than its predecessor, a 1GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM and a five-megapixel camera that shoots videos in 720p HD.
It also packs Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, which means it will benefit from Samsung’s S Beam feature for fast, wireless file transfers with other NFC phones by simply touching the devices together.
Whether 4G LTE support will also be on board is unknown at this point, but it sure would be a welcome addition given the UK’s imminent 4G revolution.
Little else is known about the Ace 3, other than it’s likely drop sometime in summer, possibly June, for an estimated price in the region of £200.
Source: GLBenchmark via The Droid Guy