The Samsung Galaxy S IV Mini, version GT-i9195, will come with a Qualcomm dual core SnapDragon 400 processor if we are to believe information provided by the AnTuTu benchmark.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV Mini could be unveiled during an event to be held in London on the 20th of June – extending the Galaxy S IV range. The device will have a similar look to the Galaxy S IV, but in a smaller format – positioning it in the middle of the range and in competition with 4 to 4.5" Smartphone’s. Samsung’s aim is to try and attract users who are not really attracted by the larger Smartphone releases that are already available on the market.
The German site All About Samsung states that they have obtained information about the Galaxy S IV Mini’s technical characteristics from AnTuTu benchmark tests. If this information is correct, the new release will be a 4.3" qHD (960 x 540 pixels) Smartphone with a Qualcomm 1.7 GHz dual core SnapDragon 400 processor (at least for the GT-i9195 version), with an Adreno 305 GPU and 1.5GB of RAM. This is the same processor as the HTC First Smartphone with Facebook Home.
The phone should come with an 8 mega pixel camera on the back and a 2.1 mega pixel lens on the front. The Samsung Galaxy S IV Mini should come with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, with the only thing missing now being the official announcement.