Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 / Jena / S6500
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Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 Review: In Depth
4 July 2012
Conclusion: While the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 offers snappy performance for a pocket sized phone, between the high asking price, out of date OS, under-performing camera and underwhelming screen, we aren't won over. The NFC on board is a nice touch, but if you're prepared to sacrifice that, the Huawei Ascend G300 costs just £100 and performs better across the board. If you're happy to stump up an extra £25 or so, you could even go dual-core with the Sony Xperia U .
Summary: The Galaxy Mini 2 is a solid successor to the original Galaxy Mini, but the competition in this sector of the Android market has intensified over the past year, so it might have trouble keeping its cheaper rivals at bay
Pros: Colourful, Youthful design, Sturdy construction
Cons: Average screen, Last-gen processor, Lack of Android 4.0
Summary: Samsung’s latest petite-sized entry-level smartphone, Galaxy Mini 2 can be called as successor to last year's Galaxy mini. This handset has been designed with improvements both on the inside and on the outside. It comes with high speed processor and upgraded version of Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread) OS.
Pros: Good battery life , Affordable , Beautifully built , Supports NFC connectivity , Fast processor , 4GB internal storage
Cons: Screen could have been better , Should have ICS update , Fixed-focus camera, no flash , No front camera
Summary: Preiswertes Smartphone für die Hosentasche. Kennst du das Spiel aus Kinderzeiten „Ich sehe etwas, was du nicht siehst und das ist…“? Diese Phrase ist der Start zur Suche nach einem farbigen Gegenstand in der Umgebung und damit trainieren Erwachsene und Kinder ihre optische Wahrnehmung. Mit geschärften Sinnen profitierst du zum Beispiel beim Suchen nach dem Handy.