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Samsung Galaxy S III Mini becomes official

The Samsung Galaxy S III was a big bang for Samsung when it released, with its bold wide screen, its looks so fascinating and admired by everybody, the features incorporated by Samsung into the Galaxy S III was enough to set a standard for competetors. After the smartphone became a success and has rolled the market for certain months, Samsung came out with an idea of the Samsung Galaxy S III mini.

Most people thought this will be a very good idea, while some thought the idea was very bad. Now Samsung made its decision and went into production of the smaller version of the Galaxy S III called Samsung Galaxy S III mini.

Samsung Galaxy S III mini

How acceptable will the Samsung Galaxy S III mini be?

When Samsung was coming with this product, so many people thought Samsung will be replicating the character of the original S III into this smaller device, but unfortunately, it seems Samsung has disappointed its present and prospective customers with this device. The Samsung Galaxy S III mini was not really what it was thought it will be.

The Samsung Galaxy S III mini arrives with a Super AMOLED display which is 4-inch in size having a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, and running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The mini device is powered by a 1 GHz dual core processor having TouchWiz with Google Now. A triband HSPA, quadband GSM/EDGE as well as Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, The Samsung Galaxy S III mini has  Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS and GLONASS support, an FM radio for news and entertainment together with digital compass, Gyroscope, Proximity and Accelerometer as sensors.

The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S III mini is 5 MP unlike the 8 MP in the original Samsung Galaxy S III.

Let’s take a larger look into the Specs packed on the new Samsung Galaxy S III mini

The Samsung Galaxy S III mini is accorded with a 4 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 16M color WVGA, having a resolution that resembles 480 x 800 pixels. The camera is 5 MP in quality and it features; autofocus, face and smile detection, and able to shoot video at 720p@30fps (1280 x 720) with TouchWiz UX.

The Samsung Galaxy S III mini is powered a 1 GHz dual core processor along with Mali-400MP GPU supported by a 1 GB RAM running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. The internal storage is optional, 8 GB and 16 GB with a microSD slot to upgrade storage up to 32 GB.

The connectivity option on the  Samsung Galaxy S III mini includes; Wi-Fi b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, stereo Bluetooth 4.0, standard microUSB port, GPS with A-GPS and GLONASS, 3.5mm audio jack, stereo FM radio with RDS, NFC while the network includes; GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS 900/2100 MHz, HSDPA 14.4 Mbps.

Some of the sensors packaged on the Samsung Galaxy S III mini are; Gyro, Proximity, Accelerometer and Compass. Samsung empowered the S III mini device with a 1, 500mAh battery.

The dimension of the Samsung Galaxy S III mini is 121.55 x 63 x 9.85 mm having a weight of 111.5g.

The device will be available on its mart as confirmed by Vodafone UK, while Clove has tagged the SIM-free version at £298 or €370, or $480.


Olukunle Moseshttps://www.techatlast.com/olukunle-moses/
Olukunle Moses is currently the editor-in-chief for TechAtLast Media Blogs Network.

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  1. This look advantageous for me, I just love wide screens though I always get confused on add ons. Additional features is just a waste for me, my purpose is just to call or text but i love its looks.

    • Thats ok, although the use of smartphone nowadays goes beyond just call and text messages, many of them are incorporated with GPS, that serves as a mappping tool, some with NFC system for payment, smartphones has become a life tool, predicted to replace desktop and laptops in the future. Thanks for dropping by.

  2. The Samsung Galaxy S iii Mini is packed with updated features, user friendly design app and sleek style casing for customers.It is gaining much popularity all over the globe with fascinating design for customers of all ages.

  3. I think the idea of the Samsung Galaxy III mini is great! I noticed a trend of how 10 years ago our phones were getting smaller and smaller and now they only get bigger and bigger. I for one was looking for a reversal of this trend and downsizing our mobile devices as long as the performance and features remain top quality.

    • That’s how technology works, few years ago, the trends was bigger phones with Nokia leading the market with lots of bigger phones. But now, everything has changed!

      Thanks for your comment 🙂

  4. I love the way they made and i thought of buying S III now after seeing Mini i changed my mind . S III Mini looks very cute with more features than BIG one …… When it ill be on market ?

  5. I was looking for wide screen Smartphone. One of my friend is having Samsung Galaxy SIII just liked it so much . I think will go for this amazing Samsung Galaxy SIII mini, its specifications are impressive.

  6. yes SG mini 3 is thebest 😉 and as was expected, Samsung launched Galaxy S III Mini is a smaller version and the weakest in terms of features of the phone Galaxy S III famous. The common denominator between the new phone and his older brother is approximately identical

    • Yea, the phone is cool, but my concern for Samsung is that will the S III mini be accepted coz it failed to replicate what is packed on the S III original.

  7. Samsung has boldly stepped out to make a mini version of Galaxy S3 but keeping it cheaper and more portable for those who like it small and portable. S3 mini has Jelly Bean which sure is a delight and it does come at a time when Apple has announced iPad mini. We have to see how the battle turns out to be..:)

    • Yea, Samsung has tried its best to satisfy its customers, though the mini S III refuse to pack the full features of the oringinal S III. Though it comes with cool features though.

  8. The features that is provided in this mobile is o some and it increase the productivity of a person , Samsung has launch a good product ..


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