Will Verduzco · Jul 22, 2013 at 11:30 pm

Forum Added for the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini

They say that good things often come in small packages. Well, whoever said that certainly never spoke with a member of the fairer sex. But luckily, the mobile tech world generally prefers diminutive device dimensions, so the Galaxy S 4 Mini has a definite niche to fill, so to speak.

The Galaxy S 4 Mini packs a 1.7 GHz dual-core Snapdragon 400 SoC backed by 1536 MB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage.  The device weighs in at 107 g and is 8.94 mm thick. As the Mini moniker would allude, its screen is on the smaller end of today’s devices. Although, at 4.3″, the qHD Super AMOLED panel is as large as what many considered gargantuan back in 2010.

Have you been looking for something slightly smaller than today’s modern behemoths? Do you think a 4.3″ device actually deserves the title mini? Head over to the newly created Galaxy S 4 Mini forums to get in on the discussion!


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