Samsung Galaxy S8 Mini latest rumours: to feature 5.3" screen, 12MP Camera
The recent rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S8 Mini's incoming have set people assuming thoughts on the phone. In an image shared on a website, the Galaxy S8 Mini looks smaller but similar in design to the Galaxy S8. Also, it is said to have brilliant camera features and storage capacity. If at all, the news is real, the Samsung Galaxy S8 Mini could launch in South Korea first.
If rumours are to be believed then Samsung is coming up with Galaxy S8 Mini, that could launch first in South Korea. Some detailing about the same is also done, which points that the smartphone would have a screen of 5.3-inches, but would work as a 4.7-inch display, given its extra wide aspect ratio (18:5:9). Design wise the phone looks similar and a smaller version of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Specifications of the rumoured Samsung Galaxy S8 Mini would run on the processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, while the device shall have 32GB storage capacity, 4GB RAM and 12 MP camera. The aperture of f/1.7, 26mm lens with PDAF technology make the camera specs standout. Even if the phone is rumoured, there are expectations which build up regarding it in the mobile phone market. One such expectation is that the Galaxy S8 Mini should come with a microSD card support up to 256GB, so the users don't have to worry about the storage issues.
Some buyers consider buying phones having a small display, in comparison to the Infinity Display screens that the Samsung Galaxy 8 and similar smartphones have. By pushing the Galaxy S8 Mini, the company would like to reach the small display mobile phone market. The presence of the iris reader as in Galaxy S8 is seen as an essential feature which could prompt the buyers to choose the Galaxy S8 Mini.
Since 2014, Samsung hasn't come up with a Mini model. The last was the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini. As the Galaxy S8 Mini looks a hotter deal, it could price higher than anticipations given the high-end features, it possesses starting from the design and camera functions.
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