According to some Scandinavian Retailers and German blog Mobilegeeks, the price for the South Korean Mini‘s price is at just below $550 (or some 3,681 Swedish kronor) and the release date is October 29th, 2012. The price is surely for an unlocked device, which is completely with no contract deals, which means that you can use your phone on any carrier.
The battery 1,500 mAh, which is quite satisfactory and would enable you to use your phone for hours. There are Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi a / b / g / n 2.4/5GHz, DLNA, NFC (UICC, optional). Alongside the Micro USB port, we have 3.5mm headset jack.
There are white and blue versions of the handset, as we had with the original S III. There will be separate versions with or without NFC connectivity, which is not available for the iPhone 5.
Word about the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini is spreading like wildfire. It was only hours ago when the existence of the smartphone was confirmed, shortly after which its full specs sheet leaked on the web. And now, the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini has been caught on camera in flesh and blood, giving us a better idea as to what the handset actually looks like.
Basically, the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini is a bit like a shrunken down version of the S III, which should come as no surprise. It can also be regarded as a Samsung Galaxy S Duos look-alike. The leaked photo also confirms some of its alleged specs: the dual-core 1GHz processor and the 5-megapixel main camera.
So that’s what Samsung will be unveiling tomorrow: a 4-inch mid-ranger that will try to get the attention of European consumers with its milky-white outfit and reasonable price tag. Anyone excited to see the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini in person?
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