Samsung has officially launched the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style. The latest mid-range device from popular Galaxy Ace Line had been previously showcased in Germany, and it was a matter of time before its official launch.
It is still not clear on whether the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style will be a globally available or will be specific to particular regions. However, unconfirmed reports suggest that the Ace Style will most probably roll out to the rest of the world after its launch (Kenya included).
One of the highlight features about the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style is that it runs Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Style will, therefore, be among the first mid-range device to run Android v 4.4.
Quick Specifications Tour of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style
Display Resolution: 480×800 pixels
CPU: 1.2GHz dual-core CPU
RAM: 512 MB
Operating System: Android 4.4 KitKat
Internal Memory: 4 GB & MicroSD of up to 64 GB
Camera: Rear – 5MP and Front Facing – VGA
Battery: 1,500mAh battery
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi b/g/n, NFC
Just like the Samsung Galaxy Ace and the Galaxy Ace 3, the Galaxy Ace Style is designed with the younger Smartphone audience in mind. This is evident by the use of an entry-level grade display (to save on costs) and a decent 5 MP snapper to enhance the multimedia aspects of the handset.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace Style will start shipping after its launch.
There is are no official pricing details of the Galaxy Ace Style from Samsung. Rumors, however, point to a Ksh 25,000 suggested retail price in Kenya.
Source: [NDTV Gadgets]