Samsung Romania Announces Galaxy Ace 3

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It seems that more and more news about the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 are being revealed lately. Well, now Samsung just confirmed its upcoming mid-range Jelly Bean based smartphone in Romania, through its official Facebook page. The handset is highly expected as the Galaxy Ace and Ace 2 have been appreciated devices, which were offered on affordable price tags. So, we are expecting the same from the last member of the Ace family. Anyhow, so far there are only few aspects offered by Samsung, but it is something to start with.

As already mentioned if you take a look on Samsung’s official Facebook page (the Romanian one) you can see some new images of the device, along with a small description of the same. Of course the details offered by Samsung are already known by us but, in case you haven’t read the latest rumors and news here is what you need to know: the Galaxy Ace 3 specs will include a 4 inch display, a 5 MP rear facing camera, comes with dual shot feature alongside Jelly Bean 4.1 OS and last but not least it looks pretty similar with the Galaxy S3, so the design is quite impressive.

Galaxy Ace 3 coming to Romania

Galaxy Ace 3 coming to Romania

The Galaxy Ace 3 is expected soon in Romania, as according to Samsung, the release date is “soon to come”. Of course there aren’t any other details revealed, so the price tag is still unknown. We are expecting a more detailed press release during the following days, so stay close. Also, for further info related to this topic check Samsung’s Romania Facebook page.

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