Samsung announces Galaxy Ace Style


Samsung have taken the wraps off the Galaxy Ace Style, an entry-level smartphone powered by the yummy Android 4.4 KitKat.

The Ace Style sports the familiar Galaxy style, but the handset’s features suggest that it’s aimed at more budget-conscious consumers,

Samsung explains that the Ace Style is “designed to support and power young social consumers”.

Samsung’s new handset features a four-inch WVGA display and a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, it also rocks a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, a mere VGA front-facing camera and 4GB of internal memory. The handset will also come with TouchWiz Essence, Samsung’s own interface that runs on top of Android.

The Ace Style will be go on sale beginning in April (now) and comes in both Cream White and Dark Grey. No pricing have been revealed, but we expect that the handset will cost between £150 and £200.

Seems like another lackluster affair from Samsung, but I guess they are the number 1 smartphone maker in the world for a reason.

Will you be checking on the Galaxy Ace Style?


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