The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has shown up in the GLBenchmark listing, and we expect that the smartphone will enter the consumer market real soon.
If you thought that Samsung was only concentrating on high end smartphones this year, then you are most probably wrong. Even though the Korean smartphone giant seemed to be very busy with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the soon to come Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which are both targeted towards high-end consumers, the company has not at all diverted its focus from its low and mid-segment consumers.
The reason for saying this is that along with the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the company seems to have been working on the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 as well. This new device is the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 and might real soon hit the consumer market.
Of course, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will not be a high-end smartphone, but it will undoubtedly have everything that mid-segment consumers dream of and that too at a price that they can afford. The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has almost been confirmed as the device has been spotted on the GLBenchmark listing.
Coming to the technical part, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will be running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and will have the code name GT-S7272. The device is expected to have a 1 GHz dual-core processor from Broadcom, VideoCore IV HW GPU and 1 GB of RAM. The display on the device will most probably be a 4-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
The device will also have a 5 MP primary camera and a 1.3 MP secondary camera. Other notable features will include 1700 mAh battery, 4 GB on internal storage, micro SD card support and a dual-SIM variant.
In order to find out the official specs of the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3, we need to either wait for Samsung to officially announce the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 or wait for our sources to get their hands on this device somehow. We also expect Samsung to release this smartphone by the end of May or in June.