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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Pictured Again, Still Looks Kind of Nice

Mini 1 (Copy)

We have seen the Galaxy S4 Mini pictured once or twice already, but still nothing official has come out of Samsung on a potential release date or that it even exists. Today, a new gallery hit the web, giving us a really good look at the Galaxy S4’s little brother. As we can see, it uses that same under-the-skin pattern that we like so much the on the Galaxy S4, but for those hoping it will be the same overly-powered device, just in a smaller package, prepare to be disappointed. 

The specs for the S4 Mini haven’t changed from the last time we saw them; 4.3″ Super AMOLED display at a resolution of just 960 x 540, a 1.6GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and either a 5 or 8MP camera. While the dual-core chip and camera doesn’t too bad, that display is a pure no go in our books.

It’s a nice little phone, but the lack of power and lack of an HD display is a downer.

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Via: Phone Arena

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  • Jon

    Looks kind of gross. It has hives or something.

  • itsgonnalast

    Looks like snakeskin pants with a gator belt

  • Dain Laguna

    And THIS is why we equate sub 4.5 inch devices as ‘sub par’…there is no reason why it cant have decent specs. imagine a world where an android flagship is just as good in its ‘small’ version as it is in its ‘regular’ version.

  • It’s pretty much my Galaxy S II I have on T-Mobile. Just with a bit better resolution.

  • flosserelli

    One of these days Samsung may finally recognize the demand for high-end specs in a smaller package. The S4 Mini concept is there, but the execution is all wrong. Why can’t they just take the S4 internals and put them in a sub-5″ frame? Is that so hard, Samsung?

    • jmsbwmn

      It’s not about giving geeks and power users what we want, it’s about hitting all the price points. They can’t hit that mid-range target with high-end specs.

  • first they make a phone like s4, powerful and great, and then ruin the s series by releasing mediocre “mini” phones, i mean at least a better screen would be nice!

    • michael arazan

      But will it have a Mini price? $600 FP for the sg4, so $300 full price for the Mini?

      Did the SG3 mini ever get released, i remember the rumors but not the actual sales announcement

      • ppero196

        Yes it was. Back in October/November. It’s not being sold in the US tho

      • don’t know about us, but in india it is being sold

    • KleenDroid

      They put out piddly phones like this to compete with all the Motorola phones.

      People either want a top tier phone or something like this or a Motorola.

      • but then why relate it to the s series? i mean the s series has been line of high end phones, and then they really release mediocre phones under that brand…why?

  • I-Troll-U

    Looks just as cheap as the other Sammys

    • tool.

      • I-Troll-U

        Still looks just as cheap as the other Sammys.

        • The thing about trolls…it’s no fun when they’re obvious.

          • I-Troll-U

            And it STILL looks just as cheap as the other Sammys.

    • jmsbwmn


  • Bionic

    X phone mini is far better.

      • EC8CH

        love me some Bionic Xphone trollage…

        But Epic reply right there.

      • nvitone23

        Too bad it actually does exist…

        • Sqube

          Yeah? Proof? Any kind of proof? I’ve been dying for proof, as has the rest of the internet.

          • nvitone23

            It’s coming

      • Kevin McDole

        This is hilarious. Thank you.

    • Anon

      Pretend your cause is your ex-girlfriend dude.

      You gotta let her go.

    • XphoneTroll

      Oh god not again…

  • It’s not the size that matters. It’s how you use it.

    • New_Guy

      Unless it’s a Galaxy Note….. then it’s both.

    • diesel8

      I read that awkward

  • Ruvim


    never done one of those.

    • Niall Fox

      “never used one of those.” does not make it okay