By Shailesh Shrivastava | Apr 20, 2013 07:26 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy S4 is yet to reach the hands of its fans and now it looks like the smartphone's smaller brother will also take longer than expect to arrive.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, which was expected to be released in May this year, will now be released in mid-July, according to some reports. The delay is reportedly to be of eight weeks and the phone will not show up before that.
A SamMobile report also suggests that the smartphone will come in two versions that will have one and two slots for SIM cards. The report says that the phone will be available in the same colors what it big brother comes in.
The smartphone is expected to arrive with a 4.3-inch display with 960x540 pixel resolution. However when it comes to processor, the two different versions of Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini will be powered by two different processors.
The single SIM version of the Galaxy S4 Mini will be powered by a dual-core processor, where as the dual-SIM version will have more powerful quad-core processor. It is not known yet that both the versions will have different RAMs, but, according to initial reports, the phone will have 1 GB of RAM.
The codename of the Galaxy S4 mini is GT-I9190, duos version is GT-I9192.
Other specifications of the two versions will be same. The phone will sport an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera. The phone is also rumored to be coming in 8, 16 and 32 GB versions and will have an external memory slot that might be able to support up to 64 GB microSD card.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini got confirmed last month in a media report.
The confirmation of Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini's existence has come from the cover story of Bloomberg's Business Week.
"The Galaxy S4 doesn't come out until late April. It's fast, has a big, bright screen, and will probably be another huge hit for Samsung, as will the S4 mini that will go on sale soon after," Sam Grobart in the story confirmed.
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