With such exciting (or shocking) devices like the Galaxy Megas, S4 Active, Zoom and Mini announced recently, it probably shouldn’t surprise us that Samsung made very little fuss about the Galaxy Ace 3.
Then again, it’s not like the Ace 3 is the world’s lowest-end smartphone, so priced correctly and launched in due time, it might make a wave or two. Only that doesn’t appear to be happening. I mean the last part, because the pricing is not bad.
Clove UK has opened pre-orders for the entry-level 4-incher, asking £240 including VAT for it, or $365. That’s not dirt-cheap, but you do get 4G LTE speeds, Android 4.2 (!!!) Jelly Bean, a dual-core 1.2 GHz SoC, 8 GB of on-board storage and microSD support.
Like I said however, the problem lies elsewhere – though the Ace 3 was initially supposed to hit the ground running this month, it has apparently had its launch delayed way until September. That’s a preposterously long waiting period for a modest phone with a 800 x 480 pix res panel, 5 MP rear camera and 1,800 mAh battery, don’t you think?
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