It’s no wonder that the plethora of Galaxy devices out there is already confusing to the eyes to the average joe. Yet Samsung will apparently never give up their obsession of introducing even more handsets from an already crowed product line.
The South Korean manufacturer is specifically aiming Germany with the entry-level Galaxy Ace Style (SM-G310HN) running Android 4.4 KitKat. The device was showcased in Hamburg and pretty much bears the same design language as its other cousins from the Galaxy Ace series.
The Galaxy Ace Style will reportedly feature a 4-inch display coupled with dual-core SoC clocked at 1.2GHz, there’s also 4GB of onboard storage along with a 5MP primary shooter backed with a 0.3MP front facing camera. What’s even more interesting is the inclusion of the latest TouchWiz framework & UI that we just recently saw on the Galaxy S5. It’s also worth noting that the Ace Style is first Android device to officially feature Kernel 3.10, the 10th long-term kernel release that will also very likely make its way into the next Android release.
It will be available in single and dual-SIM variants and will reportedly cost €200-€300. It is however unknown if the company plans to introduce the device in other countries.