Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Detailed Specs Leaked Are You Waiting For It?

The news that Samsung will bring out a smaller version of Galaxy S3, which is safely called Galaxy S3 mini, has roused the interest of many folks. For some of Samsung smartphones lovers, Galaxy S3 is of course a nice device worth of purchasing, but the high price and too large screen makes to wait for a better replacement of this phone. So a Galaxy S3 mini version looks very alluring for that group of people.

It is presumed that the Galaxy S3 mini might share the exact look of its large-sized brother but may see scale-down in specs due to the different market positioning. However, the focus for those who are interested lies still in what this phone will have, how much it will cost and when it will finally come out to meet the customers. All those confusing parts are waiting to be disclosed by those well-informed media ports. Among all those issues, what is revealed first is the specs for the Galaxy S3 mini. According to leak from Germany, it seems this new phone might sport 1GHz Ericsson STE U84 20 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4-inch Super AMOLED touch screen with a resolution of 480*800. At the same time, it will also be preloaded with the Android Jelly Bean. The on-board 16GB storage will be further amplified with the up to 32GB of micro SD card expansion, a good news for those who always have so many things stored in their phones. As for the battery life, a common concern of the customers, Galaxy S3 mini sports a battery of 1,500 mAh, adequate enough for a 4 incher.

But if you have greater demand, then you might have to prepare some Samsung accessories, just as the bigger version are certainly in need of the accessories such as the Galaxy S3 cases and portable chargers. In addition, Galaxy S3 mini will also have a VGA front-facing camera and a 5MP rear camera with LED flash. What’s more, the Galaxy S3 will come in both white and blue hues when release, then same thing as Galaxy S3, which have now more than four color options in the different parts of the world. The big question is: how long should we wait for it?