Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

by djchamike on October 17, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini spec “A pocket friendly mobile”

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is the pocket friendly version for Samsung Galaxy S3 which is the rival of iPhone is larger in size. Though Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is smaller in size its functions aren’t smaller although it’s a mini. It has most of the features Samsung Galaxy S3 does but this mobile is a little bit slower than Samsung Galaxy S3 as Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini comprises of a 1GHz dual core processor and its card slot is available in sizes only upgradable to 32GB while Samsung Galaxy S3 can up to 64 GB.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

dimensions being 121.6 x 63 x 9.9 mm of Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini weights 111.5g which has a touch sensitive controls with multi type facility. Its display is 480 x 800 pixels spreads up to 4 inches in size with about 233 ppi density while Samsung Galaxy S3 has 305.96ppi.Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini contains with a touch screen , a curved super AMOLED one with 16M colors says Samsung. This mobile covers 850,900,1800 and 1900 GSM in 2G network while in 3G networks 900,1900,2100 HSDPA whose SIM is a mini SIM. So in this case this can be used as a dongle for our daily purposes but may be little bit slower than a dongle does. As mentioned above this contains a card slot of micro SD upgradable up to 32 GB while its internal memory is 1GB available in 8 and 16 GBs either if needed. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini includes HSDPA with 14.4 Mbps and HSUPA with 5.76 Mbps while its Bluetooth facility is v4.0 with A2DP,LE and EDR. Its USB port is a micro USB with v2.0 and NFC enabled. . Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini a mobile with Wi-Fi enabled in version of Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-0Fi hotspot and Wi-Fi direct.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini meets Jelly Bean

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini comes with Android jelly bean version, a much prettier version that Android has developed contains S voice, the competitive application for Apple Siri (but I think Apple Siri is better). But we can have a beacon of hope on S voice as Android is getting matured swiftly and it’s developers’ duty to make S voice a cool. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini chipset is NovaThor U8420. this comes with SMS in threaded view, MMS, E-mail, push mail, RSS and IM messaging figures let us to message easier and instantly while Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini’s browser is a HTML5 one.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini’s handset a cooler item is also like Samsung Galaxy S3 but the display size as I think this may signify its brand. We don ‘t meet a 8MP camera like in Samsung Galaxy S3 yet we meet 5MP camera which has 2592 x 1944 pixels with LED flash and autofocus features while the secondary camera is a VGA. The primary camera has Geo tagging, touch focus and face detection as it has in Samsung Galaxy S3. Its video quality is 720p @30 fps. So it’s fair to have hopes those camera stuffs will work excellent and much prettier.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini :less battery life

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini contains a battery ,small in size seems to be recharge daily as it is 1500mAh and S3’s one expands 2100 mAh. So in this case Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini isn’t good in power consumption according to my point of view since we today searching for stuffs that consumes a little energy and we expect them to last a long time or this kinda mobiles makes us irritating as they regularly need recharging. So Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is needed more modifications power wise while there are so many mobiles unlike Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini that lasts a longer battery life have the same features.

Any way Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is a lot hand friendly mobile but less in speed and battery life. So I think it is disadvantage to have a keen competition unless it has no more modifications and should come to the market in wide range of colors that consumers impress in the mobile market. So let your comments meet us on Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini whether it can challenge iPhone.

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