It is now official that the Samsung Korean based smartphone maker will launch its low-end device Galaxy Ace Style in Germany with Android 4.4 KitKat. The announcement was made by the phone company after the official launch of the Galaxy Ace series. More than that, the Galaxy Ace Style model number SM-G310HN that will reach Germany soon, will come with the same interface with the one seen on the Samsung Galaxy S5, being a clear indication that the Ace Style is an up-to-date low-end device.
Since it is a low-end device, don’t expect to see any great specs on the Galaxy Ace Style, as the smartphone comes with a 4-inch display, a 4-megapixel camera at the rear along with a VGA camera at the front and a 4GB internal memory. The device will be running of course on Android 4.4 KitKat. Apart from that, there are no other specs revealed so far, even if Samsung will launch the Ace Style in single as well as in dual SIM versions, which is quite a common thing for low-end devices the Koreans are used to launching.
As for the prices involved in Europe, Samsung aims high with the low-end device, asking somewhere between 200 and 300 Euros, which would put the smartphone company in a tight spot, since it would be directly competing with Motorola Moto G and Nokia Lumia low-end lineup, that have cheaper prices for rather the same specs. Apart from that, there are no news concerning the launch of the low-end device in Germany or other markets.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Style was first rumored in a trademark application that Samsung launched some time ago at the US Patent and Trademark Office, with the company`s intention of launching a wide variety of Galaxy Core and the so called Galaxy Ace Style.