Samsung Galaxy S III has been one of the most successful devices that the Korean company has come up with to date, and the Android beast boasts everything that is worthy of a flagship, and then some more. The massive 4.8-inch smartphone packs quite a punch when it comes to raw power, and for that reason, it was quick to receive root, custom firmware, custom recovery and lots of developer love in general. However, it’s no hidden fact that the device is perhaps too large for some users, and while manufacturers seem to be generally headed for large screens with lightweight armor, a tad lesser real-estate would be more comfortable for some. To cater to that crowd, Samsung has released the younger, smaller sibling to Galaxy S III, the Galaxy S III Mini I8190.
The last few months have produced a veritable feast of fantastic and powerful smartphones for consumers to choose from, and the fast-paced industry shows no signs of slowing down as the world's largest smartphone vendor has lifted the lid on their latest creation. In a press announcement coming straight from Seoul, Samsung Electronics have officially announced the Galaxy S III mini smartphone that we have been hearing so much about over the last week, with it being billed as "compact yet powerful smartphone".
The Samsung Galaxy S III is currently the most popular Android smartphone in the market, and although it has already shifted in the tens of millions, it is a little too on the large side for many consumers to invest. That could all change, however, with the introduction of a purported Galaxy S III "Mini," which will pack in a similarly-impressive array of specs into a more compact unit. Sounds good? Indeed it does.
Although it has become one of the most hotly contested industries in the world at the minute and is potentially an extremely stressful market for manufacturers to be involved in, consumers should be taking the opportunity to sit back and reap the rewards and device choice that is coming out of the smartphone industry. It's becoming increasingly difficult to actually keep up with all of the different device launches and announcements, but generally speaking, the large manufacturers like Apple and Samsung make sure their products get noticed.