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Samsung to launch Galaxy S3 Mini?

Rumors about Samsung releasing a mini version of its Galaxy S3 smartphone could be true and we might see it next week.

Samsung will be holding an event in Germany on October 11 and has started sending out invites with a big S in the middle. Details of the invite are written in German but Google Translate reveals lines that say “Something small will be really big.” and “Get ready for a little sensation.” Meaning that the device’s size will be one of the main features.

If the big S and the words “small” and “little” really point to the Galaxy S3 Mini, we can then assume that it will look similar to the Galaxy S3 but with a smaller 4-inch display, dual-core processors, 5 megapixel camera, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a lower price tag.

For now, take it with a grain of salt until we see the official announcement.

Do you think it’s necessary for Samsung to produce a mini version of the Galaxy S3? Share your thoughts below.


This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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7 Responses

  1. Paulo Santos says:

    Any news on when we’ll get the GNote2?

  2. ZAYNE says:

    The Same month Apple Will Rumoredly Release the iPad Mini (So NOT a Coincidence)

  3. sTeven says:

    I consider functionality over size as a major factor on mobilephones and tablets. Having that said, there is a need for the smaller size versions.

  4. loadex says:

    @Paulo Santos Note2 for local launching around Oct 16 or 17, wala palang yun invites for the exact date.

  5. Sancho Bacagan Jr says:

    Hoping for a big difference in price for that mini s3 compared to the original S3. love the S3 but it’s screen is just too big for me. ideal size is the 3.7-4 inch screen ala s-advance.

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  7. KERZ says:

    Question lang, Kailan ba ni release yung S3 Sa pinas? tsaka magkano syan noon compared sa current price ngayon?

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