South Korean handset giant Samsung has a habit of bringing in mid-range devices one after another alongside unleashing flagship devices. In the recent scenario, when Samsung gains worldwide acclaim for its top-notch Galaxy Note 4, it has just unveiled the Galaxy Ace Style LTE with an AMOLED display (an upgraded version of the Galaxy Ace 4 version).
The Galaxy Ace Style LTE is a 126 grams heavy device sporting a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED screen along with WVGA screen resolution of 800×480 that is pretty standard.
Under the hood, we can find a quad core chipset clocked at 1.2 GHz with the addition of 1 GB of RAM. Meanwhile, the smartphone, being an entry-level variant, is loaded with a built-in storage capacity of 4 GB that can be expanded externally via micro SD card.
The camera department consist a major 5-megapixel camera with LED flash at the back which can also shoot 720p videos. Another sensor of 1.3MP sits at the front for selfie and video calling. The phone is powered with a reasonable 1900mAh battery that can be utilized up to 11 hours of 3G talk time or 9 hours of LTE web browsing. It operates on the latest version of Android OS, 4.4 KitKat.
The single-SIM Ace Style LTE has a number of connectivity modes such as NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0.
At present, the phone is available in Europe for a price tag of €199 that is almost PKR 31,000 in traditional colors of Black and White.