Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 with Broadcom CPU Benchmarked

Samsung is planning to introduce next generation of Galaxy Ace 2

The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is expected to be available in late May or in early June. But the specs of the smartphone are kept silent. According to a GL Benchmark result of the smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 having model number GT-S7272 will be running Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. Benchmark result of Samsung GT-S7272

From the benchmark screenshot, it has been further confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will be packed with a VideoCore IV Graphics Processing unit so that the device will likely be packed by the same Broadcom chipset that is found on the Samsung Galaxy Grand and Galaxy S II Plus. It will be clocked at 1GHz for the two Cortex-A9 cores. It is further revealed that the screen resolution of the Galaxy Ace 3 will be 480×800 pixels.

Benchmark result of Samsung GT-S7270

It is expected that the device boasts a 5megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1500mAh battery. It can also be assumed that the smartphone will be available in two versions. The variant with model no GT-S7272 will be running Android 4.2.2 while another variant with GT-S7270 model will be powered by Android 4.1.2.

Samsung will be probably introducing the device in four color options like Metallic Black, Metallic Blue, Pure White, and Wine Red. The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will be priced at €300 which is around $395.

Official specs of the device are expected soon.

Source: GLBenchmark 1, 2
Via: PhoneArena

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