Phone-geeky, 26 Nov 2013R u sure u can move ALL apps and games to external memory card ???Yes. I am using it. I have moved all downloaded apps and games to SD. It is tedious job as I have to install/move one by one, but it is good and desired feature.
I have purchased Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Duos and using it for one week happily. It is my first Samsung smartphone. It has following pros and cons in my unbiased view:
-4" screen means fit in hands comfortably and lightweight means easy to use
-Screen is wonderful. Colors are accurate with enough brightness (I prefer manual adjustment and it does not have auto). Outdoor visibility is also good
-Built-in memory (4 GB) is small, but I compensated it via 32 GB SDHC. Apps and Games can be moved to SD comfortably and no crash or slowdown
-Processor (1 GHz dual core Cortex A9) and RAM (1 GB) are more than enough for smooth operation of OS 4.2.2. I have installed over 70 applications (antivirus (Avast) and firewall (Mobiwol) are continuously on, office, media, editing tools, Photoshop, maps etc.) and games (including asphalt titles) on it and still it is fast without any slowdown/crash. I use it as my basic/essential device, so installed all my required apps including SPlanner/SClander. Amazing performance
-Battery timing is 1 day with medium use. I am logged in three different email accounts, Facebook, Google+, Hangout, Samsung services including Chat on, Weather updates and still get 24 hours comfortably
-Camera is 720p capable and result is good, even under low light conditions. Check result of low light performance here: https://www.facebook.com/SRIFSD/posts/252869568201851
-Sound quality is good and clean, though not very loud or bass like Boom Sound (I previously own HTC One International version silver 32 GB, but have to sale it due to some personal reasons. I still miss that often)
-Built-in media player deals comfortably with majority of video formats up to 720p. For 1080p, third party media player like MXPlayer is needed. Subtitle support is good. Music player is good too
-Call quality is good with neat and comfortable experience
-Smart Stay does work amazingly. Previously I had trouble with it, but now it is flawless...wow!
-Mediocre battery with heavy use
-1080p media playback support is not built-in
-Sound is not too loud
Overall, I am enjoying it. With 18 months support cycle of Android, I expect 4.3/4.4 update is near future for it.
kbt, 22 Nov 2013this specifications arent the same as when i bought the phone..no Led light..no front camera..... moreYou probably bought the wrong phone or not an original phone. I think you bought galaxy trend already
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2013how about the camera? The camera is 5MP. The picture quality is nice. The video quality is 720p and it's still good
I just bought this phone(LTE) for one week. The performance is good. No lags on playing Subway Surfs, Temple Run, Dead Trigger. I also love the S4 User Interface. It is good.
this specifications arent the same as when i bought the phone..no Led light..no front camera...so painful etc..
I'm looking for a smart phone with good keyboard and variety typing options, good sound quality, and decent screen resolution..
could you please recommend me a suitable phone for me?
and what do you think of windows mobile phones?
Hesht, 20 Nov 2013This is a pretty low end phone.Are you serious?
Toggas, 20 Nov 2013Hi people, i wont to buy galaxy ace 3, but i need you to tell me if this product is good and r... moreWith Broadcom chipset? :D...I would look on something much more powerful such as new Moto G ;)
When is Samsung going to put more memory in the internal? 4GB is not enough for anyone except people who just don't use their phones to an 1/8th of their potential, I'm tired of seeing people come into my place of work with a galaxy ace and low memory, forcing a back up and a wipe, 4GB is better than 150MB i suppose but it's still very low.
Hi people, i wont to buy galaxy ace 3, but i need you to tell me if this product is good and resistent