Samsung has just announced another version of its not-so-liked Galaxy Ace series. The new neighbor is called the Galaxy Ace Style. But its ‘style’ will not make you want to pursue it.
With a TFT capacitive display that is sized at 4-inch and holds 480 x 800 pixels resolution, the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style is powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor. It has 4 GB internal storage, but what gives it away is its 512 RAM. The device will run KitKat on top of Samsung’s TouchWiz Essence UI. So keep your “KitKat runs well on 512 RAM devices” under the wraps. Just the TouchWiz UI alone is hungry for more than 512 RAM.
Moving on to what other features this phone have, it has a 5 MP camera with auto focus capability on the back and a VGA camera on the front. It has NFC, which is nice to have, bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, WiFi Direct, microUSB v2.0, and a GPS with A-GPS support. The phone will have a 1500 mAh battery so your habit of worrying that your phone will run dry soon will not be going away with Samsung’s newest device which is expected to go on sale this month.
The pricing of this otherwise “we’re not interested” device is not available yet. But we suggest you don’t keep an eye out for it. This is one of those phones that will, instead of making your life convenient, make your life miserable.
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