By Anton D. Nagy | October 10, 2012 8:10 AM
We’ve seen Samsung’s head of mobile unveil to the press that tomorrow, in Germany, the company will unveil the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini (GT-I8190) with a four-inch screen and all of the goodies inside its larger sibling, but new information has surfaced and is showing off the phone itself as well as some more information.
As you can see, it looks pretty much like the SGSIII but smaller and with relocated front-facer and sensors. The four-inch display is confirmed to be a Super AMOLED and the resolution is WVGA which brings the ppi to 233. However, where the report is different from what the Samsung executive told us is the internals. Instead of the quad-core Exynos processor we’re looking at an ST-Ericcson dual-core U8420 SoC clocking at 1GHz, only half the RAM (1GB), and a smaller, five-megapixel shooter at the back with a VGA webcam. Internal storage is 16GB with microSD card expansion slot, battery is 1,500mAh and the platform is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The price is rumored to be around 399EU (roughly $515).
Update: Already there’s a picture of the phone in the wild. Check it out below!