Spec-sheet particulars for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini have surfaced online, as the phone-maker bids to beef up its presence in the mid-range smartphone market.
A document from Samsung and Korea Investment & Securities sourced by Oled-diplay.net appears to confirm rumours that the Galaxy S4 Junior will pack a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen – compared with the standard edition's five-inch model.
The handset, which will feature the same Nature UX-augmented version of Android Jelly Bean out of the box and was sighted anew online this week, will also sport an Exynos 1.6GHz dual-core processor (the full-size Galaxy S4 totes a brawnier quad-core issue) and a pared-down eight megapixel camera.
Intriguingly, the document suggests that the slimmed-down version will feature 32GB of storage as standard, with no 16GB option listed. However, there’s every chance that’s a mistake rather than, say, Samsung reacting to complaints about misleading customers over its flagship phone’s storage.
Long-standing conjecture suggests that the as-yet-unannounced smartphone will launch in the next few weeks and hit shop shelves in June in black and white colour options.
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