Samsung Galaxy S IV Mini: SnapDragon 400 onboard?

June 03rd, 2013 - 11:30 am ET by C. D.

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.

Samsung Galaxy S IV Mini AnTuTu

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.

Source : Engadget
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