NEW DELHI: Samsung expands its Ace series of inexpensive smartphones as it announces the launch of another smartphone Galaxy Ace Style that can run Android 4.4 KitKat, which is the most recent iteration of Android. Starting in April this year, the smartphone can be bought throughout the world both in Cream White as well as in Dark Gray colors.
Among its notable features, it is worth mentioning that it supports a 4-inch WVGA (480x800P) TFT display. Though the chipmaker’s name has not been disclosed by Samsung, yet the smartphone is provided by a 1.2GHz dual core processor along with 512MB of RAM. It is further powered with a 4GB internal storage which through a microSD card, can be expanded up to 64GB. Furthermore, Samsung has also incorporated its TouchWiz Essence UI skin to Android 4.4.
In addition to the front-facing VGA camera, Galaxy Ace Style also supports a 5MP back camera with LED flash and auto-focus. It also brings with it a 1500mAH battery. Talking about its connectivity, the smartphone also offers Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and Near Field Communication (NFC).
As its India pricing is yet to be announced, the smartphone is expected to contend with the latest HTC Desire 310 which was priced at INR 11,700. Yet there is a possibility that the phone may be priced competitively low by Samsung.