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Samsung is the busiest gadget bee on earth, popping out phone after phone at a production-line rate. In this vein, let us introduce the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style, a 4″ KitKat smartphone with a 1.2Ghz CPU, available in Cream White and Dark Grey, and it’s coming this April.
The South Korean giant is calling it a “new streamlined, easy-to-use smartphone designed to support and power young social consumers. The Galaxy ACE Style features a fun, unique design with an enhanced camera and advanced features for superior performance.”
It comes with 4GB internal memory and 512MB RAM, which is exactly the same as the Nokia X, another low to mid-range Android phone recently outed by Nokia.
There’s no price listed, but GSMArena reports that it could cost between US$$275-$410. The cheaper, the better as the Ace Style seems to be one of the few mid-range, dual-SIM phones already preloaded with Android 4.4, or KitKat.