Grade A Samsung S7275 Galaxy Ace 3 Pure White 4" 8GB 3G Unlocked & SIM Free
- Samsung Galaxy Ace 3
- Pure White
- 8GB storage
- SIM-free unlocked
- Grade A
- Pristine Condition
- Generic Box, Handset Only
- No accessories Supplied
- No Charger Included
- Sim Free and Unlocked to all networks
- 90 days warranty (extended warranty available)
Whether it's your first smartphone or your latest, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has everything you need for your mobile life. Its powerful processor and fast connectivity options deliver great performance. You can take photos with a soundtrack thanks to sound and shot, store files in Dropbox cloud storage, translate foreign languages with S Translator, interact using speech with S Voice and more.
Not your ordinary snapshots
Easy-to-use camera modes let you make your photos more creative, more you, and more share-worthy. There’s even a mode that instantly pings friends when you’ve taken pictures of them.
The Ace 3 boasts 4G broadband connectivity, and that means freewheeling use of your phone. Zoom around the web, download photos in a flash and watch videos without interruption.
Say “hi phone”
Unlike most mobile voice capabilities, S Voice allows you to actually unlock your phone with a simple command that you customize. Once it’s unlocked, tell it to play a song, do a web search, or even take photos.
Intuitive at every turn
Powerful, yet simple, the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system anticipates and adapts to your personal usage habits.
More cloud storage
The Ace 3 comes with an important little perk—50GB worth of free storage on Dropbox for 2 years. That means every photo is automatically backed up and you can access your files anywhere, anytime, right from your phone.
Know before you go
Pull up a guide to your travel destination and get tips, reviews and helpful information right from your phone.
How do you say…
Speak or write in one language and your phone will translate it into another and speak it back to you (especially helpful for tricky pronunciations). Or access a library of phrases, like “Where is the train station?”