The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 was unveiled last month. It's the successor of one of the most popular mid-range droids, but represents a pretty minor update over it. Built around a 4.0" WVGA TFT display and running Android 4.2.2, the Galaxy Ace 3 comes in three flavors - 3G (S7270), LTE (S7275) and dual-SIM (S7272). Depending on which one you choose you get either 1 or 1.2GHz dual-core CPU.
Samsung was expected to launch the Galaxy Ace 3 in this quarter and it seems various USA retailers have already got the Ace 3 in stock. You can have the unlocked 3G version at about $300 from Popular Electronics. Negri Electronics is expecting to re-stock the Ace 3 soon and is offering it a bit cheaper at $281.50. It’s also available through Overseas Electronics, but is way more expensive there. There is a nice unboxing video on its page though.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will be hitting the UK this September. The LTE model costs £240 at Clove and you can already book yours. Both black and white paintjobs will be available. Expansys also has it on pre-order, but it cost about £70 more there.