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Samsung says that this isn't an entry-level phone

Samsung has been incredibly successful with its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III. The company sold 20 million units in the first 100 days the smartphone was available.
 
Now, however, Samsung believes that there's a market in Europe for a version of that smartphone with a smaller screen. The Galaxy S III has a massive 4.8-inch screen and Samsung believes that a version of the phone with a four-inch screen would be popular in Europe to compete directly with the iPhone 5.


Samsung's Galaxy S III will soon get its own "Mini Me" [Image Source: Mobile Geeks]
 
The head of Samsung's mobile business unit said recently that the company would launch a smaller version of the Galaxy S III in Europe on Thursday.

The device is expected to pack in a 800x480 resolution display, 1GHz STE U8420 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a 5MP shooter on the back..

Sources: Reuters, Mobile Geeks



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RE: Meh
By retrospooty on 10/10/2012 10:47:52 AM , Rating: 3
It is off. Eyeballing it is pretty obvious that the 2 pics are not 4 and 4.8 inch diagonally. Holding my GS3 up and zooming my screen so the GS3 above is 4.8 inches on my screen and using a ruler, the LCD's in the pics pics are 3.6 inches and 4.8 inches. Not a big deal, its just someones photochop, the mini will be 4 inches and slightly larger than the pic above indicates.


RE: Meh
By augiem on 10/10/2012 4:00:42 PM , Rating: 2
Yeah, it's really off. Take a look at this accurate comparison I made. Note: I didn't adjust the screen size at all to account for the small aspect ratio difference.

http://oi49.tinypic.com/1220uma.jpg


RE: Meh
By retrospooty on 10/10/2012 4:58:22 PM , Rating: 2
Ya, maybe that was the unnanounced "micro" model ;)


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