US market gets the Galaxy Ace 3
Galaxy Ace 3

The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has been spotted in stock at a number of United States retailers, only a month since official presentation.

Samsung is renowned for offering a long list of mid-range Android casino devices to its customers. The latest one, Galaxy Ace 3, has already been seen available at a number of US retailers. The device will replace the super-popular Ace 2, delivering a few minor updates.

The mobile casino games tamer comes with a 4.0 inch WVGA TFT screen and the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. The Ace 3 will be available in three versions: S7270 – with 3G, S7275 – with LTE, and S7272 – dual-SIM. The processing power will also depend on which model buyers choose, and will range between dual-core 1 and 1.2GHz.

It was widely expected that Samsung will launch the Ace 3 mobile casino device in this quarter, and it looks like some US retailers are already selling the phone. The SIM-free 3G version goes for $300 at Popular Electronics. The same model is already out of stock at Negri Electronics, but once re-stocked it will sell for $282. Overseas Electronics stocks the Ace 3 at a much more expensive price – $400.

As for the rest of the world, Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is supposed to hit the shelves in the United Kingdom come September. It’s already available for pre-orders at Clove, the LTE-version goes for GBP 240 there. Expansys also accepts pre-orders, but for GBP 70 more.