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Pre-Order And Pricing Details For The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Revealed

imagesWhile Samsung is perhaps best known for its premium devices like the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, the South Korean manufacturer has also seen huge success with its more affordable Android smartphones. The original Samsung Galaxy Ace and its Galaxy Ace 2 follow up have been among the company’s biggest sellers in recent years, and the latest instalment of the series, the Galaxy Ace 3 was recently announced.


After much anticipation, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has finally been made available for pre-order in the United Kingdom. Unwired View has reported that a well-known retailer of SIM free smartphones has listed the device on its website with a price tag of £239.99 (including VAT). However, don’t let its affordable price tag fool you, as the phone still offers plenty of impressive features.


Although the Galaxy Ace 3 does not offer the same premium technology as higher end devices like the Galaxy Note 2 or Galaxy S4, it certainly ticks all the boxes and makes it an appealing option given its price tag. Key features of the device include a 4 inch 480x 800 display, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 8 GB of storage with microSD slot, 1 GB of RAM and 5 megapixel camera with led flash and 720p video capture. The phone sports the usual package of connectivity options, and is even compatible with super fast 4G networks thanks to LTE compatibility. The device is equipped with a 1800mAh battery capacity, and runs Android 4.2 Jellybean as its operating system, so boasts many of the same software features as its flagship Galaxy S4 counterpart.


Of course, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is also available on pay monthly contracts, with a number of networks recently announcing that they will be offering deals for the device, many of which will include the handset for free. If you visit our website, you can sign up for an email alert when Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 pay monthly contracts are released in the UK.