Not too long after April Fool’s day this year, Samsung was really serious about the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style – a decent handset that targeted the entry level market, so do not expect all the bells and whistles that would accompany a flagship device. It looks like Samsung was not quite done with the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style just yet then, as their engineers had been working in the past few months to deliver an upgraded and updated version of the handset – where it is now known as the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style LTE.
Samsung has silently launched in Germany a variant of the recently released Galaxy Ace 4, priced at EUR 199 (approximately Rs. 15,500), called the Galaxy Ace Style LTE or Galaxy Ace 4 (SM-G357FZ). The smartphone now packs a Super AMOLED display instead of TFT, apart from other upgrades. Despite the name, the smartphone bears more resemblance to the Galaxy Ace 4 LTE rather than the Galaxy Ace Style. The Galaxy Ace Style LTE, listed on Samsung Germany, features a larger 4.3-inch (480×800 pixels) Super AMOLED display (compared to the 4-inch (480×800 pixels) TFT LCD display on the Galaxy Ace 4 which was launched in June. The device now packs a quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, coupled with 1GB of RAM. Previously, the company had launched two variants, the Galaxy Ace 4 LTE and Galaxy Ace 4 (3G), powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor (with 1GB of RAM) and a 1GHz dual-core processor (with 512MB of RAM) respectively.