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Samsung Galaxy S4 mini announced


Samsung today announced Samsung GalaxyS4 mini, a powerful yet compact version of Samsung’s bestselling smartphone, Galaxy S4. The Galaxy mini delivers the superior performance, intuitive ease-of-use and sleek design of the Galaxy in a highly portable, chic and compact design, making it an ideal companion for everyday life. With a 4.3” qHD Super AMOLED display, 107g light weight and compact design, the Galaxy mini is easy to carry and operate with one hand. Though compact, the Galaxy mini also boasts powerful performance, equipped with a 1.7GHz dual core processor that allows users to quickly and easily perform data intensive tasks.

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The Galaxy mini allows users to capture important moments with an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and 1.9-megapixel HD front-facing camera. Special features such as Sound&Shot, which uniquely stores sound and voice together as pictures are taken, and Panorama Shot, which allows users to photograph the full view of their surroundings, ensure no memory is lost. The Galaxy mini makes international travel easy with S Translator, which provides instant text or voice translation at email, text message, or ChatON. Users can also control their TVs through WatchON’s IR remote, which transforms the GALAXY S4 mini into a remote to control the user’s TVs, set-top box, and DVD player.
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The Galaxy mini empowers users by keeping them up-to-date with personal health and well-being details. Downloadable from Samsung Apps, S Health enables users to monitor caloric balance and health condition. S Health accessories can also help users calculate daily steps, monitor sleeping patterns, calculate weight, and get real-time heart monitoring. The Galaxy mini will be available in two colors, White Frost and Black Mist. Commercial availability of the Galaxy mini supporting either 4G LTE, or 3G HSPA+ or 3G Dual SIM, will be determined by market.
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