The Galaxy Ace 3 also called GT-S7272, which is yet to be announced at the end of this May or in early June, seems to have cleared the Bluetooth SIG certification. Thus, bringing the divice a bit closer to the market.
Reportedly, the smartphone was spotted with a model number GT-S7272 along with a 4-inch screen display providing 800x480 resolution, and powered by dual-core processor clocked to 1GHz. Galaxy Ace 3 is also said to have VideoCore IV graphics processor with 5MP rear camera which is backed up by 1GB RAM.
The internal storage may have a capacity of 4GB and the smartphone which is expected to run on Android OS Build version release 4.2.2 will probably support NFC and dual-SIM. Some specs about the device which were leaked and rumoured earlier also suggested that the smartphone may house 1.0 GHz dual-core processor with Cortex A9 architecture and 800 x 480 pixels screen resolution.
Samsung's Galaxy Ace line has proven to be a decent mid-range handset. The first-generation Galaxy Ace and the Ace 2 were both really successful in the market. Compared to Galaxy Ace 2, Galaxy Ace 3 may have a little better specifications with updated Android 4.2.2 version and better CPU.
It also has a slightly bigger RAM. The new Samsung Ace 3 is expected to come in four different color options. Samsung is certainly hoping that the new Ace 3 will follow in their footsteps.
There are no confirmed details regarding the device's real specifications, new features and no mentions have been made with regards to the price of the device yet online report estimated that it would possibly start with €300 (Rs. 21,262 approx.) in Europe.