Most of you will probably be aware that Samsung are preparing to unleash their successor to the Galaxy S smartphone, with the S2 or II, but what you didn’t know is that there is actually a smaller version of the device on the way too, with a UK carrier leaking the details.
That carrier is Three UK and the device has just been revealed courtesy of Three’s Spring-Summer lineup which has been intercepted by Engadget. The Samsung Galaxy S II Mini will be available in the next few months and we have a list of specs to give you.
Unlike it’s bigger brother, the Mini version will come with a 3.7-inch display as opposed to the 4.3-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display that is equipped on the normal version. The mini will come with 5 megapixel camera (normal is 8MP) with a VGA front camera and a 1.4Ghz single core processor, not dual core like the S II.
Another positive for this handset is that it will be shipping with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which will be a big relief for some of you. It will also have a personal hotspot feature available as well. You can look forward to a release sometime in April, we’ll try and bring you some solid pictures of the device soon. You can view a grainy picture over at Engadget here.
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