Samsung Galaxy S III Mini to be introduced in Germany on October 11th

Samsung Galaxy S III Mini to be introduced in Germany on October 11th
On the last day of August, we told you about the speculation that Samsung was about to offer a "mini" version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. Instead of that 4.8 inch HD screen, the phone would come with a 4 inch WVGA display. The 8MP camera on the back of the full-sized unit will be replaced with a 5MP shooter. Android 4.1 is expected to be running the show, and the device is said to be priced at 250 EUR ($314.50 USD), which would certainly make it affordable.

Samsung's German division has just sent out invitations to an event on October 11th and there is reason to believe that the center of attention will be the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini. First, there is the translated copy on the invitation which says "something small will be really big" and "get ready for a little sensation". In the middle of the invitation, you can see the stylized "S" used by the Korean manufacturer on its Samsung Galaxy devices.

Adding up all of the clues brings us to the conclusion that the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini will be unveiled by Samsung on October 11th. We should find out where the device will be available and when. We also wouldn't be terribly surprised to see the device fail to make the long trip to the United States. In the States, the carriers decide which devices will be available and no operator is going to want to cannibalize sales of the wildly popular full sized model, which has a higher profit margin taking the 24 months of data into account.

source: UnwiredView

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