Galaxy Ace phones have been one of the most popular Android smartphones in India which have really helped the Samsung to bump up in the Indian Smartphone market and this is the reason Samsung Galaxy Ace and Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus, both were the huge hits. Following the same pattern Samsung has laid out a Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 from their pocket with somewhat improved specifications and it has revealed officially yesterday. Now let us talk about the hardware specifications of this device.
With the screen size of 4 Inches (which was 3.5 inches initially) it will provide you the resolution of 800 x 480 pixels which is not much of the improvement in terms of clarity when we are taking clarity into consideration. Now the processor used this time is the Dual Core Processor which has been clocked at the frequency of 1GHz and this performance is further taken up by 1GB of RAM (something commonly seen in all the mid range devices).
The primary camera on this device is 5MP which is also supported by LED Flash and this is something which has been constant since the Galaxy Ace (no improvement in camera) and the primary camera is a VGA camera (0.3 MP). The battery strength of the device is below average which is 1500mAh as the processor is not that power saving and moreover the screen size of 4 inches asks for more.
Luckily this phone operates on the Android v4.2 Jelly Bean which actually saves the battery to a certain extent and one of the reasons to buy this device in order to use Jellybean at lower price. Now, talking about the storage then you have 4GB of internal storage which can be extended up to 32GB with the help of the external memory micro SD card.
This phone is a Dual SIM device and the other common connectivity features are available on this device with 3G, Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth. The price is the most important factor deciding the sales of this product because when Galaxy Ace was launched for the first time then Micromax has not much into Android smartphones but now at the price of 15,000 you have large number of options and that too with Quad-Core devices.