By Shailesh Shrivastava | May 16, 2013 11:09 AM EDT
Even before the Samsung Galaxy S4 was launched, the talks of the smartphone's smaller sibling were on. The talks started coming out with revelation of the specs and now it has come to a point where we started getting the 'clear pictures' of the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini.
Just after a day the device's camera and processor were confirmed, some more leaked pictures of the Galaxy S4 mini have been spotted online.
Technology website Engadget managed to get some of the leaked pictures in which the device looks completely a smaller version of the recently released Galaxy S4 handset.
In the series of leaked pictures, the Galaxy S4 mini is shown from every possible angle and in one of the pictures, the smartphone is shown with its battery removed.
Just a day before, SamMobile, in its report 'confirmed' that the phone will be powered by a dual-core Exynos 5210 processor clocked at 1.6 GHz.
"The Galaxy S4 mini features a 1.6 GHz dual-Core (Exynos 5210) and a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Display with qHD resolution (540×960, 256 ppi), 1 GB (3G), 2 GB (LTE) RAM, 32 GB Memory, Android 4.0, 8 megapixel camera and a 2,100 mAh battery," the report said.
In an earlier report, SamMobile had published a list of Samsung's upcoming smartphones with a tentative list of their release.
Here is the list published by SamMobile:
GT-I9152ZWA*** - White - w20 - GALAXY Mega 5.8
GT-I9152ZKA*** - Black - w25 - GALAXY Mega 5.8
GT-I9200ZKA*** - Black - w19 - GALAXY Mega 6.3
GT-I9200ZWA*** - White - w21 - GALAXY Mega 6.3
GT-I9192ZWA*** - White - w29 - GALAXY S4 mini
GT-I9192ZKA*** - Black - w29 - GALAXY S4 mini
GT-I9295MOA*** - Metallic Orange - w29 - GALAXY S4 Activ
SM-C1010ZKA*** - Black - w23 - GALAXY S4 Zoom
SM-C1010ZWA*** - White - w25 - GALAXY S4 Zoom
The arrival of Samsung Galaxy S4 mini will give another option to people who are looking for a smaller alternative to the big and costly flagship devices like Galaxy S4. However, how much the mini version will deliver to people will be found out only after the device gets into hands of its users.
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