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Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 coming to Carphone Warehouse at launch

The newly announced Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 release will land at Carphone Warehouse at launch, the retailer has confirmed.

Formally unveiled yesterday, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is the latest mid-rage handset to be announced by the South Korean manufacturer, with the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 follow-on to sit underneath the flagship Samsung Galaxy S4, as well as the recently unveiled raft of spin-offs.

Allowing wannabe owners to register their interest in the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 now, UK retailer Carphone Warehouse has today revealed that it will stock the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean powered handset from launch later this summer.

“The new Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is one of the first mid-tier 4G ready smartphones,” Carl Cowling Carphone Warehouse’s Group Commercial Director said. “It’s an exciting time for the market and the increasing number of more affordable 4G enabled handsets will ultimately give more customers the chance to get their hands on super-fast 4G services without breaking the bank.”

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Features
Powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has increased in size over past models, adding a 4-inch WVGA display into the mix with a somewhat lackluster 800 x 480p resolution.

With a 5-megapixel rear-mounted camera paired with a VGA snapper up front, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 features list sees a 1800mAh Lithium-Ion battery line up alongside 4G LTE connectivity options and 1GB of RAM.

At 10mm thick and 119.5g in weight, the Ace 3 is far from the most svelte device coming to market. It boasts 8GB of internal storage expandable via microSD.

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