Just two weeks after Samsung’s flagship smartphone Galaxy S4 was released in New York, rumors have started surfacing that the company may release the mini version of Galaxy S4.
According to a tweet by a Twitter user st7761, Galaxy S4 Mini will be released in four variants. The tweet also revealed that one of the models will be LTE enabled.
The tweet has also mentioned model numbers of the Galaxy S4 Mini; GT-19190 will be equipped with HSPA+ and Exynos 5210 quad-core processor, GT-19192 with dual-SIM, HSPA+ and dual-core processor, GT-19195 to be LTE enabled, while the last GT-19198 would be China-bound model.
SamMobile has also posted few details regarding the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (GT-19110) smartphone. The post said that the GT-19110 model would feature the company’s very own Exynos 5210 quad-core processor with high-speed HSPA+ for connectivity, while other model, GT-19192, will be powered with dual-core processor along with dual-SIM support and HSPA+.
However, rumors around the web suggest that the Mini version of Galaxy S4 will sport a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED qHD display with the pixel density of 256 ppi (pixels per inch).
The S4 Mini will be operating on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system along with TW nature UX 2.0 user interface. The device is expected to be released by the end of June or in earlier July this year.