Samsung is trying to take over the whole smartphone markets by launching new devices under its flagship Galaxy series. Some months back it launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, a successor to its highly successful smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note. After that Samsung created great hype around its latest launch – Samsung Galaxy S3 and the smartphone is living to all the hype and getting good reviews from around the world.
Now its time for something mini. Yes, after the successful triumph of Samsung Galaxy S3, the South Korean giant has launched a mini version to its flagship product – Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini.
Over the past couple of weeks, we heard about some gossips that a smaller version of Galaxy S3 was in works and so the mini version is finally out. The South Korean mobile giant launched the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini at an even in Germany.
What’s in Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini ??
Samsung Galaxy S3 was launched and it created a storm becoming the top-selling smartphone in the US market. So now for people who wanted to own the smartphone but couldn’t afford it or didn’t buy it due to it’s huge size, Samsung launched the mini version of S3.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini sports a 4-inch 480×800 Super AMOLED display. The smartphone is powered by 1 GHz Dual core processor, 1 GB RAM and upto 16 GB internal memory. Some other functions include a 5 MP rear camera with LED-flash, a front-facing VGA camera, NFC support, micro SD card slot and a 1500mAH battery. Those are some great features, aren’t they? Wait, hang on ….
Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini – Not up-to its Big Brother !!!
The Mini version does not have a lot of specs as compared to the big brother. Though the Mini comes with Android Jelly Bean, some of the Samsung, or precisely the Galaxy fans might be disappointed with what’s inside.
There is no quad-core processor or the HD display that Samsung Galaxy S3 has. Moreover the 5 MP camera looks childish as compared to the predecessor, Samsung galaxy S2. The S3 Mini is lighter on your pocket and easier to hold, with the dimensions of 121.55 x 63 x 9.85mm and weighing around 111.5g, it is a little thicker compared to S3.
Samsung’s very own Google Voice Actions has been incorporated in the Mini version. Samsung Galaxy S3 does not have LTE connectivity but provides superb 3G connectivity and comes with Bluetooth 4.0.
The Money Factor.
The Galaxy S3 Mini has been priced at £298.8, which is somewhat high, but the official price is yet to be confirmed. If the price turns out to be correct then, Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini will have to face some serious competition from some better and power-packed devices like HTC One S and Sony Xperia S.
What’s your take ??
So what do you think about the Mini version? Do you think it can appeal to the masses? I am eager to listen to your verdict.