I am really all about value! I love a ‘you-get-what-you-pay-for’ gadget.
Some will call me ‘Ijebu’, but thing is if I am paying five hundred naira for a device, please give me five hundred naira worth of technology.
That’s my thought as I carry this phone that cost me eighteen thousand naira. And this is what I see:
Samsung’s Galaxy Ace 3 delivers a budget price point for pretty decent hardware. It resembles a smaller version of Samsung’s popular Galaxy S4 and comes with a silver band around the edges that gives it a premium vibe. The Ace 3 packs plenty of connectivity in its small chassis. It handles Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi and support for Wi-Fi Direct.
Sporting a 4-inch display and running on Android 4.2.2, this means it packs an engine and the BlackBerry Messenger for Android amongst other apps works smoothly on it. The OS is skinned with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, and comes loaded with most of the software features found on the higher-end models. These include Smart Stay (which keeps the display turned on if you’re looking at it), a voice assistant called S Voice and Motion UX, which lets you mute the handset by flipping it over when you get a call.
With a 5 mega pixel camera and the Dual SIM function, I feel like returning some money to the company.
I am really all about value and the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 impresses me! 😀