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Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Dual Sim 4G Smart Phone Review

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is a dual core Android 4.2 version (Jelly Bean) Smart Phone with optional dual Sim card support. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 LTE supports 4G networks with better hardware configuration.This Samsung Galaxy Ace smart phone review is about the phone specifications, market availability and market price. First let us check the hardware specifications of Galaxy Ace 3. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 comes in three different versions.

  1. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 3G (Supports 3G networks)
  2. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 LTE (Supports 4G networks )
  3. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 GT (Supports 4G and dual Sim card option)
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If we check the body dimension of this smart phone, Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 3G has 121.2 x 62.7 x 9.8 mm and Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 LTE has 121.2 x 62.7 x 10 mm size. This phone weights 115 g for 3G and 119.5 g for LTE version. Galaxy Ace 3 supports 16M colors and have TFT capacitive touchscreen. Another display feature of Galaxy Ace 3 is the support for multi-touch. Ace 3 has 4G internal memory and the external memory can be up to 64GB. Internal memory varies with different versions. Ace 3 3G has 4G internal memory but Ace 3 LTE has 8GB internal memory. Both models have 1GB RAM. We must say the camera quality of Ace 3. Galaxy Ace 3 has 5 Mega Pixel camera with LED flash and auto-focus feature. It also has Geo tagging, face and smile detection feature. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has two cameras and the second camera is VGA type. It has Dual core processor with clock speed 1GHz for Galaxy Ace 3 3G and 1.2GHz for Galaxy Ace 3 LTE.



Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 runs on Jelly Bean version of Android and supports HTML5. Since it is HTML5 based phone, it does not support flash and there is no flash player for Jelly Bean based phones. This phone has HTML5 based browser. It means we do not need flash player to view video or listen audio in Galaxy Ace 3. Ace 3 3G supports HSDPA with speed up to 14.4Mbps. Ace 3 LTE supports 3G network with speed up to 42.2 Mbps and 4G with speed up to 150 Mbps.So the data transfer (Internet speed) seems very impressive for LTE model. Galaxy Ace 3 supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and n networks. We can also configure Ace 3 as a Wi-Fi hotspot. It supports USB v2 and Bluetooth v4.0. Battery life of Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is not yet declared by the company.

Other notable features of Ace 3 is the Java support, Stereo FM radio and GPS. Since it runs on Jelly Bean it has Document viewer, image editor, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa etc. With the support of 4G it would be so fast to download a file from Internet on Samsung Galaxy Ace 3. Also another notable feature is the support for dual Sim card. Unlike other normal dual Sim phones when we use Sim one, Ace 3 does not inactivate Sim 2. So we can still understand if anyone tries to reach us through Sim2. It is great help for business people who wants to keep up every relations and cannot miss even a single call. With tethering option in Android OS, we can convert Galaxy Ace 3 as a modem for our Laptops if we don't want to browse through the phone. All we need is a USB cable which connects Laptop/PC with Samsung Galaxy Ace 3. Samsung Kies must be installed on the Laptop to use the tethering option. About the market price it seems we must wait a little more. The same goes for any bugs or defects in Samsung Galaxy Ace 3.

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