Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S4 mini at the end of May, but back then it failed to mention anything about its price tag. We already learned Three UK will be offering the 4.3" S4 mini when it becomes available in July. EE and Phones4U have also confirmed July availability.
Today, Clove UK started its Galaxy S4 mini pre-order campaign. The retailer is the first one to price the Galaxy S4 mini. You can pre-order the smartphone for £390 (incl. VAT), while the first stock is expected in early July.
Carphone Warehouse is also taking Galaxy S4 mini pre-orders, though the campaign is available only on 2-year contracts with tariffs starting at £27/month. If you are willing to sign such an agreement, you'll be getting the smartphone for free.
Samsung Galaxy S4 mini is also available on pre-order at a bunch of German retailers starting at €449 for the SIM-free version.
The smartphone is powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core processor with 1.5GB RAM and while Samsung didn’t explicitly say what the chipset is, it's clear that it's the Snapdragon 400 chipset used in the Mega 6.3. It packs a 4.3" qHD Super AMOLED display, 8GB expandable storage and 8MP camera.
We've already spend some quality time with Samsung Galaxy S4 mini and you can check our impressions right here.
its too much expnsve
you all need to remember that the dual core 1.7ghz CPU in the S4mini are of the newer kind and that they will actually be a little more Powell in benchmarks than a last generation QUAD CORE A9! So basically the S4mini with its dual core 1.7s will be ...
Looking at the specifications would rather buy the S2 save alot of cash then wait for Jelly Bean update