Samsung’s galaxy looks set to extend further again following the leaked specs of a new Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 handset hitting the web.
Spotted on the GL Benchmarks site by SamMobile under the GT-S7272 codename, it looks like another mid-range Android handset set to replace the Galaxy Ace 2.
Packing in a 1GHz dual-core processor, it’s running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on an 800×480 display, backed by 1GB of RAM.
There’s also a 5MP camera on the rear with 720p video recording capabilities, as well as NFC tech.
No official confirmation from Samsung yet, but it’s looking quite good for what’s expected to be a fairly low cost handset. It’s rare to find both NFC and the latest version of Android on the budget end of the mobile scale, and it’s possible that the Galaxy Ace 3 could be a real steal on contract deals.