Samsung has released yet another mobile phone from its Galaxy range of models with the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3.
Arriving in both 3G and 4G variants, the four-inch handset also sports a modest 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM.
Completing the mid-range device is the handset's five-megapixel camera accompanied by a LED flash. It also carries some exciting new features from Samsung that will allow the user to translate and get travel information wherever they are.
The device also has Smart Stay that we first saw on the Samsung Galaxy S3, which claims to extend battery life by tracking when your eyes aren't looking at the phone and shutting off the screen to save power.
Samsung hasn't confirmed anything about price, worldwide releases or an official date when it will be in our stores, but with the company's annual event just around the corner, users probably won't have to wait that long.
Posted by Samantha Green