Following an earlier tease of the device, Samsung has launched its latest entry-level smartphone: the Galaxy Ace 3.
The latest addition to the Galaxy family sports a 1GHz dual-core processor, four-inch 480×800 LCD display and 3G capabilities. Meanwhile, a 4G ready version of the device will also ship, which will also feature a improved 1.2GHz processor.
However, only the 4G LTE enabled device will land in the UK as the device is launched.
Despite its low-end specs, the Ace 3 is still powered by Android 4.2 and sports a five-megapixel camera and 8GB of onboard storage, which is upgradeable to 64GB via microSD.
The reveal of the Ace 3 is yet another one that Samsung has staged ahead of its Premier event, which is set to take place at Earl’s Court, London on June 20th.
Expect Samsung to show more of the Galaxy Ace 3, S 4 mini and the firm’s other recently revealed devices later this month.