LG Reveals G2 Mini with Ramped Down Size and Specs
LG today announced the G2 Mini, a smaller version of its flagship smartphone, that aims at the middle of the market. Like the G2, the G2 Mini places the volume and screen lock buttons on the back surface where LG believes it is easier to reach them. Compared to the G2, the G2 Mini reduces the display from 5.2 inches and full HD to 4.7 inches and qHD. The phone is powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor (for LTE markets) with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. The phone uses an 8-megapixel/1.3-megapixel back- and front-camera configuration. The G2 Mini includes Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS, and NFC. It supports microSD cards and has a 2,440mAh battery. The device runs Android 4.4 KitKat and will be loaded with user interface elements and apps/services from LG, such as Guest Mode, Capture Plus, and Clip Tray. The LG G2 Mini will be offered in several colors, including black, white, gold, and red. It will debut in select markets in March, with others to follow in April and May. LG did not specifically state plans to offer the G2 Mini in the U.S.
Review: Blu Life One X2 Mini
This inexpensive, unlocked Android smartphone is smaller than its predecessor and yet better in many ways. The Blu Life One X2 Mini is a fine little phone for those who prefer or need to change networks often.
Hands On with the ZTE Axon 7 Mini
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ZTE Axon 7 Mini Offers Good Looks and Mid-Range Specs
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Asus PadFone X Mini Arrives on GoPhone with Intel Inside
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This is a joke right?
Personally, in comparison to a 5.0-5.2 inch screen, I think a mini should be 4.3-4.5
This is an oh-so-slight update of Verizon's LG Lucid 2:
- Quad core instead of dual core.
- 4.7" instead of 4.3". But wait, the Lucid 2's 4.3" doesn't have on-board navigation keys, so in most uses, it...
this could be great
Pepperidge Farms remembers.