Yes, another Samsung Galaxy device has been officially unveiled and it's unlikely to be the last one you'll see this month.But for now, let's concentrate on the matter in hand, which is the entry-level Galaxy getting a makeover and a bump in spec, delivering Android Jelly Bean and a host of Samsung features like S Translator, Smart Stay and S Voice and the like without breaking the bank. Ok, we haven't got a price as yet, but this is an Ace which usually props up the rest of the Galaxy range.There is one other big selling point here too - LTE connectivity. That is said to be coming the UK too, so expect this to be an affordable 4G phone later this summer. We're liking the sound of the Ace more and more.Of course, the hardware suffers due to the price point, with the standard Ace 3 offering up a 4-inch 800 x 480 pixel resolution LCD display, a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB of internal storage (with just 1.77GB available for your content) and a microSD slot for added storage for media. There's also a 5-megapixel camera and a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera. On the plus side, if the UK gets the LTE version as claimed, the processor will be upgraded to 1.2GHz processor and storage to 8GB of internal storage (with 5GB free). So a double whammy there.As we said, no pricing as yet, but it shoal be here later in the summer, offering a more affordable option for the Galaxy range.