We’ve heard some news about the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 earlier this month, and thanks to a sighting on the GLBenchmark servers, we might be able to glean some additional information about the handset, although it should be noted that based on the results, the Galaxy Ace 3 will not be the high-end smartphone some of you guys might expect. According to the benchmark results, the Galaxy Ace 3 will come with a dual-core Broadcom CPU clocked at 1GHz with a VideoCore IV GPU on board, which is the same model used in the Galaxy S2 Plus. It also appears to be running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean along with Samsung’s Nature UX 2.0 out of the box.
While that’s pretty much all the specs that can be had from the benchmark, it is speculated that the phone could also come with 1GB of RAM, a microSD card slot, a 4” display, a 5MP camera, NFC and possibly a dual-SIM variant as well. Like we said, hardly the most impressive of phones which also means that it will most likely be priced somewhat affordable for those shopping on a budget. No word on when the phone will be launched, but we will keep our eyes peeled nonetheless.
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