Less than two weeks ago, Samsung announced the 4.3 inch Galaxy S4 Mini smartphone as part of its ever growing family of Android smartphones and tablets. As it turns out, Samsung isn't done yet with new Galaxy device reveals.
Today, the company unveiled the Galaxy Ace 3, a 4.0 inch 480x800 Android 4.2 smartphone that sounds like it will definitely be a phone for people on a budget. It has a dual core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM but just 4 GB of internal storage, so unless you use the included microSD card slot, you won't have a ton of space to download apps.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has a five megapixel rear camera and will also come in two wireless network versions, 3G and LTE, depending on where the phone is sold. Samsung has yet to reveal a launch date or price for the Galaxy Ace 3 but based on its hardware specs it promises to have a fairly low cost.
Samsung has a London press event scheduled for June 20th, where the company is expected to not only reveal even more Galaxy devices but also some new Windows-based products under its ATIV brand.
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