The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is the smartphone that was officially realeased as the S3's smaller sibling. Perhaps they should have chosen the more powerful Premier instead
The Samsung Premier is the latest mid to upper-range phone from Samsung and offers a 4.65-inch HD screen along with a 1.5 GHz processor and the same 8MP snapper found on the Galaxy S3.
Boasting some impressive specs the Premier follows on from the same design language seen in the S3 and the new Galaxy Note 2 however it hasn't been classed in the same family.
The screen is a 1280x720 Super AMOLED HD job while powering the phone is a more than adequate 1.5GHz processor along with 1GB of RAM for all your multitasking needs.
On the back Samsung has kept the credentials high with the same 8MP snapper found on the S3. It'll come in a 3G and LTE version and looks to essentially be an update on the Galaxy Nexus.
The bad news? Well Samsung has no plans to release this highly desirable smartphone in the UK or indeed much of Europe, instead focusing on China and Korea as well as the Ukraine.
Source: Tech Radar