The rumoured Galaxy Ace 2 successor has been spotted on the benchmarking site GLBenchmark, in turn confirming the existence of the phone. Carrying the model number Samsung GT-S7272, the phone is expected to be dubbed as Galaxy Ace 3 at launch.
There is still no confirmation on the exact release schedule right now, but we can expect to see the device soon, as Samsung hasn’t really announced any lower-mid range Android phone this year.
As per the benchmark listing, Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will be powered by 1GHz dual-core Broadcom processor along with VideoCore IV GPU. The phone runs on Android 4.2.2 and will come with a WVGA display of unknown size.
Other features of the phone are still unclear, but we can expect to see 1GB or 768MB of RAM on the phone along with 8GB of internal storage and microSD card slot.
The Ace 3 will obviously have the Nature UX on-board Jelly Bean along with host Samsung customizations.