Samsung unveils Galaxy Ace Style, a budget phone for social teens

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This week Samsung launched a low-end handset called the Galaxy Ace Style. The curvy, affordable device is designed for young social media addicts and looks set to compete directly with Motorola’s Moto G.

Powered by Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat, it features a 1.2GHz dual core processor for seamless multi-tasking and fast app responses. It also has a 4″ touchscreen display and 4GB of internal memory.

Obviously the camera is a vital part of a phone aimed at young, social types, so the Galaxy Ace Style comes with a 5MP camera with autofocus and VGA for pretty good quality snaps.

There’s not much else to get excited about here, but of course this handset won’t tempt anyone away from the Galaxy S5 and all of its truly WOW features, because it’ll be priced at around £150.

According to a press release from Samsung, the Galaxy Ace Style will be available globally in white and grey later in the month. We’ll keep you posted about exact pricing and UK availability as soon as we get the latest info.

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