Along with the production and release of new smartphones with Android platform, South Korean gadget producer Samsung has became successful to get to the peak of success. Samsung has recently released Galaxy series of smartphones which are not only attractive and efficient but cheaper than other smartphones too. Due to this reason, its smartphones are very much popular among the people of the world. It is especially famous in the Asian countries since most of the Asian countries are developing or underdeveloped and the people of such countries cannot afford costly smartphones like Apple’s iPhone, iPad, HTC etc. So, the smartphones released by Samsung are often considered as economic smartphones.
Galaxy S3 is one of the most famous and widely used smartphones which is created by Samsung. Due to its new and innovative features and highly efficient and attractive functions, it has became successful to rule over the hearts of gadget lovers. Now, Samsung has brought out Galaxy S3’s brother. This means that a smaller or mini version of Samsung Galaxy S3 has been launched. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini was recently released in a programme which was held in Germany.
Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini has the screen of 4 inches length which consists of screen resolution of 800×480 pixels. This smartphone of Samsung works with the Android Operating System 4.1 which is also known as Android Jellybean. This smartphone contains a Dual Core Processor of 1 GHz. Not only this much, this smartphone consists a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. It also consists of a front VGA camera for video calling purposes. Similarly, this phone is available with the phone memories ranging from 16 GB to 32 GB. For connectivity, this smartphone contains Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC and Bluetooth.
While talking in the context of Nepal, Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini will hit the Nepalese markets in the month of December. It means that it will be available till the Christmas of 2012 A.D. It is said that the cost of this smartphone will be ranging from three hundred to four hundred US Dollars.