Updated on:Oct 22, 2016
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Great features plus 4G connectivity
Design and Configuration
Designed like some of the higher-end Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the Ace 3 LTE comes with 4 inches of TFT display with 480 x 800 pixels resolution and 16M colour depth to provide a pleasurable viewing experience. Beneath the hood is a good 1.2GHz Dual Core processor which uses the 1GB RAM provided for it to deliver crisp performance. Heavier graphics needs, like gaming, are catered to by the Broadcom VIdeocore IV GPU. This system runs the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is the latest widely accepted industry standard.
Camera and Storage
Samsung gives the Ace 3 a 5MP rear camera with autofocus and flash, making it capable of clicking decent pictures, and recording HD video at 30fps. A front VGA camera is provided for Skype and video calling. On the storage front, the Ace scores impressively with 8GB internal memory and expandability upto 64GB with microSD card.
Connectivity and Battery
The Ace 3 LTE naturally features the 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology, which allows for data speeds of upto 150 Mb/s download and 50Mb/s upload. NFC technology is also supported on this LTE handset. Other connectivity features include Bluetooth, GPS (with A-GPS) and GLONASS, WiFi and microUSB connectivity. This phone runs on a decent 1800mAh Li-ion battery.
Following the Ace and Ace 2, Samsung's Ace 3 tries to do things a little differently, bringing a 4G LTE model with advanced connectivity features. The configuration itself, be it the processor, RAM or internal memory is good, and barring the camera, the Galaxy Ace 3 can be considered a worthy addition to the Galaxy stable of Samsung phones. We would have liked however to see a better camera, since the Ace itself had a 5MP camera, but it is not something that takes away much from this great handset. With features like these, it can be expected to provide good competition in its price range.