Galaxy Ace 3 GT-S7272 Benchmark revealed: Dual-Core CPU and Jelly Bean 4.2.2

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 (codename GT-S7272) has shown itself on the servers of GLBenchmark with a dual-core processor and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

The device is yet to be announced officially by the South Korean manufacturer but from what is known about it, this gadget is aimed at customers who don’t have enough monetary resources to buy something fancier. According to rumors, the price of this new product could be about €300. The Ace 3 doesn’t seem to be intended for an U.S. release, though; only Europe seems to be on the manufacturer’s list for now. But we will have to just wait and see, maybe they will change their mind.

Apart from the fact that it will come cheaper than other devices in its category, the benchmark is the source to go when it comes to specs.


So let’s see what these specifications will look like: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, Nature UX 2.0, a 1 GHz dial-core Broadcom processor and a VideoCore IV graphics processor unit.

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This is all that is know till now. As for touchscreen, everybody’s hoping that the device is going to sport a 4-inch display. In the resolution department, many are expecting 480 x 800 pixels. Memory should be 1 GB of RAM and there might be a dual-SIM model. The camera of the future Ace 3 S7272 should be a 5-megapixel one; which would mean 720p high definition clips. NFC, a microSD card slot and 4 GB of internal memory should also be present on this fresh Samsung creation. The battery may very well be either a 1,700 or an 1,600 mAh unit.

All of the above make for great improvements if we compare the Galaxy Ace 3 GT-S7272 to other models from the company’s Ace series. An official release date has not yet been offered. But from what we heard, this phone can land in shops either late next month or at the beginning of June.