Wednesday , August 15 2018

Though Samsung hasn’t really said too much about a possible Galaxy S 4 mini, the leaked details, user agent profiles showing up in log files, and even some thoughts from the Wall Street Journal tend to suggest that such a product not only is likely, but its arrival on market is imminent.

Chinese web service Weibo user PunkPanda has provided a number of photos of a device said to be the Galaxy S 4 mini. As you can see in the gallery below, it’s a little smaller than the Galaxy S 4 (duh, really?) but this might be a good size for some — the Galaxy S 4 is no small handset.

Rumoured to sport a 4.3″ display, a dual-core 1.6GHz processor and 8MP camera, there’s no word on pricing for the Galaxy S 4 mini just yet, but from what you see in the gallery, what do you think? Are you keen?

Source: PunkPanda on Weibo.
Via: Engadget.

Chris Rowland   Editor and Publisher

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Honestly why cant any android manufacturers make a premium small phone. Its as if they arnt even wanting to compete with Apple in that segment

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HTC M4 is promising, though we don’t know what SoC it’ll be running yet. 4.3″ 720p screen seems a nice sweet spot though.

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Yep, 4.3 – 4.5 inch, Quad core, 2GB, 13 mega Pixel camera, Micro SD card. Make the damn thing a couple of extra MM thicker to keep decent battery life and give you space to cram it all in there and you have the perfect phone.

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With a physical design that hasn’t changed significantly since the original Galaxy S and specs seemingly chosen to keep the cost as low as possible this is setting the bar for the next 12 months of budget smartphones.

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