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27 February 2015
Summary: On the price, it actually had no significant effect: 400 euros for the "dwarf" - for 100 euros more you get the real McCoy, the larger Galaxy S4. Read on to find out whether the purchase is worth your while.
Pros: design, processing, microSD slot, good battery running time, current Android system (4.2.2), very good battery life
Cons: camera results unreliable, "S4" label misleading, too expensive
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is exactly how you'd expect it to be - it offers a scaled-down version of the full-fat S4 for a lower price. The bright screen, expandable storage and great camera make it one of the best mid-range Android devices available at the moment, but when you consider that the S4...
Summary: Samsung successfully brought everything customers loved about the Galaxy S4 into the Galaxy S4 Mini, giving those who prefer a phone with a 4-inch screen something to enjoy. Sure – the S4 Mini doesn’t have the specs of the Galaxy S4, but it’s still able to offer a great experience for those looking...
Summary: On Verizon, we prefer the Motorola Droid Mini (free on contract), which boasts faster performance, a brighter and higher-res display, and unique touch-less voice controls. However, only the Samsung offers expandable memory and a replaceable battery.
Conclusion: The GALAXY S 4 Mini is a wonderful little cell phone, and is surprisingly reminiscent of the older Galaxy S 2, though bringing with it all the trimmings of a newer device. The smartphone sits well in one's hand (the position of the power button aside), and is small enough to slip into just about any...
Conclusion: As a compact mid-range smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is worth considering – especially if you’re on Sprint and looking for a bit of future-proofing with the phone’s LTE Spark network support.
Pros: Free on contract with Sprint, Nice-looking AMOLED screen, Compact size is one-hand-friendly, Expandable storage
Cons: Lower-res screen than competition, Some performance stuttering, Battery life could be better
Summary: If you want the Galaxy S4 but this is too pricy or too big for you the Galaxy S4 Mini is a very good alternative. It is not just a smaller size, it has reduced specifications that come with the size reduction in order to get to a reasonable price point.
Excerpt: It's a member of the Galaxy S 4 family, but the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini is much different than you'd think. Available online at Negri Electronics for around $575, the Galaxy S4 mini looks like a small Galaxy S 4.