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Samsung Galaxy S III Mini Revealed

Galaxy S III Mini

The Samsung Galaxy S III Mini was officially announced by the South Korean smartphone manufacturer on Thursday morning. The mid-range device is slightly smaller than the Galaxy S III and features a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display alongside a mid-range processor and other popular smartphone offerings.

The Galaxy S III Mini features a 1GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM and runs on the Google Android Jelly Bean OS with TouchWiz capabilities.

Also featured on the mid-range smartphone is S Voice, Samsung’s answer to Apple’s Siri voice-assistant. S Voice uses Google now for voice search and vocal commands, a feature that is also available for other software featured on the phone.

Users will also enjoy the use of NFC data transfers between S Beam-enabled devices, eye-tracking Smart Stay software, and auto calling when a contact is pulled up and the phone is raised to the users ear.

While listed as a “mid-range” device, the phone does offer an 8-megapixel rear facing camera with autofocus and a front-facing camera for video conferencing and self-portrait taking at a lower output.

The Galaxy S III Mini also offers Wi-Fi 802.11n, GPS and GLONASS, and Bluetooth 4.0. With a slimmer package, Samsung has reduced the battery from 2,100 mAh on the original device to 1,500 mAh on the Galaxy S III Mini.

Samsung has not yet released pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini or an official release date.

Do you think size matters, or will the Galaxy S III Mini be at the top of your Christmas list?

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5 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy S III Mini Revealed”

  1. Sukumar Haobam

    I hope the battery last, samsung products mainly the smartphones are great and the new release one the mini III will also has the same function and plus other new feature……… hope the designer, planner, the product developer from the samsung team should work out so that the battery should last for a longer period…it is just a suggestion….

  2. Mega Meetei

    Now a days Long Term Revolution(LTE) is popular but Galaxy S III mini does not support 4G LTE. In my view it is not good smartphone.

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