Galaxy Ace

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 unveiled with optional dual-SIM and LTE support

Samsung has officially announced the latest in the Galaxy Ace series of handsets. This one is arriving as the Galaxy Ace 3 and some of the specifics will vary from market to market. For example, the handset does have a dual-SIM option available. Not to mention, the market availability will depend on whether you see a 3G or an LTE compatible handset. That said, Samsung has the Galaxy Ace 3 running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and with the line of "S" branded apps.

Gingerbread Promised for Galaxy Devices by End of May

Samsung's sent out an update for all you owners of basically every Galaxy device under the sun promising no less than Android 2.3 Gingerbread before the end of this month. The update comes officially at the end of yesterday, those of you living in the UK and other Nordic countries having the best luck will be seeing this update first. From there, starting in mid-May (now,) the rest of the world will see such lovely treats: Euro markets, North America, Southeast Asia, Middle East Asia, Africa, and the rest. This update will be rolling out via Kies. This release solidifies months of whispers of similar such reports on the same cookie.

Samsung Galaxy Ace gets Gingerbread update

Tsar3000.com and Sam's Firmware have leaked a Gingerbread ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Ace. The update, which Samsung is developing is for theS5830. It was leaked to commemorate the one year anniversary of Sam's Android partnership with TSAR3000. But as always, these early beta leaks aren't perfect and users are advised they take their phones into their own hands when tasking it.

Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace Spotted?

It seems Samsung is going to be a huge player in Mobile World Congress this year in Barcelona. Even with their tarnished reputation, we can all agree that they make some very solid devices, one of which is the newly leaked Samsung Ace which has just been spotted in the wild. The device seems to be a lower-end Galaxy S device for users who are looking for an entry-level phone and should be made available early this year. Featuring a 5MP camera, 3.5-inch "LCD" (Note: not AMOLED or Super AMOLED), and a 800MHz processor, it's definitely not a powerhouse, but it could be the perfect fit for many. What do you think of the Ace? Too little, too late? Not the phone you'd buy, or are its specs a perfect fit? [Via Engadget]