It came out of nowhere, and after months of waiting — it’s finally out. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Zoom Mini Plus 6.3 is the company’s next flagship phone, and it features a combination of all the things that you would actually look for in a phone.
Earlier this morning, the company’s CEPNATSOC (Chief Executive in Product Design, Naming and All Things Samsung Of Course), Samson Sung, was asked in an interview on why they would release such a product. Here is his reply:
“We already have a lot of great products out in the market already – and yet, people are complaining; why can’t we just produce a device that had it all? And so we made the Galaxy S4 Active Zoom Mini Plus 6.3.”
Originally, the display of the device should have been at 8-inches, however they thought of adding the Mini moniker to it, so they had to make it the same size as the Mega 6.3 instead – 6.3-inches.
In addition to that insanely small form factor, Samsung puts the sensor found on the S4 Zoom and adds it to the device, calling it larger than life. Also, as inspired by the S4 Active, the phone is waterproof and dustproof.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Zoom Mini Plus 6.3 will come in Exynos Quad, Exynos Octa, Snapdragon 600, 800 & Tegra 4 variants – which will be released in different time frames for your convenience. When they were asked on which ones will receive software updates faster, all they said was “it will arrive someday”.
A part of the interview as well, Sung also mentioned that they didn’t want to keep it all for the Galaxy S5; they wanted to produce as much S4 devices so that everyone will have an S4. This is the most perfect strategy ever since customers will now be extremely satisfied, and this is expected to save the company from its falling shares of stocks and slowing down S4 sales.
The Galaxy S4 Active Zoom Mini Plus 6.3 will be available this month for a price of Php39,990 (not to be confused with the Galaxy S4 Active Zoom Mini Note that is in the works – will be released next month).
Editor’s Note: Just in case it was not clear, this is a satire.