The Samsung Galaxy Core (left) with the new Samsung Galaxy Ace Style

An entry level Samsung handset by the name of Galaxy Ace Style is being shown off in Germany, boasting KitKat 4.4 compatibility and not much else. The SM-G310HN packs a modest 4-inch 800x480 display, dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, a 5 megapixel camera without flash, and a dual-SIM version will be available. As you might expect, the pricetag is fairly low, hovering between €200 and €300. Above, you can see it next to the Samsung Galaxy Core for scale.

We’re obviously a bit spoiled by high-end hardware, but it’s good to see Samsung has something for every price bracket, and that KitKat can run with fewer resoruces.

Source: Netzwelt Via: PhoneArena

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sdc1 says:

Why would anyone buy that rather than a Moto G?
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getaceres says:

Because they might not know any alternative (some people believe Android = Samsung) or because their carrier does not offer the Moto G as an option.

benthe1 says:

Or they're Samsung loyalists on a major budget.

Zig261 says:

Because Motorola's marketing and branding sucks. Simple.

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Jack33 says:

Suddenly had a flashback to Galaxy S

Madd54 says:

I was gonna say a slightly smaller version of my S2. What's the ram. Did I miss it.

Via my Note 3 on AC.

notedude3 says:

I have d original galaxy note......we need kit kat

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nevetsca says:

The Samsung Galaxy Core looks very similar to the Galaxy Nexus if you ask me.

dasoman says:

200€-300€. That's not 'entry level price'. That's mid-range price. Entry level is <150€.

For less than 200€ you can buy a quad-core with 1 GB RAM. I can accept that ignorants buy this sort of crappy phones because they have the Samsung and Galaxy brands, but a website like Android Central should now better than to say this phone is 'cheap' or 'affordable'.

Unless this sort of articles are paid by Samsung, of course.