AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, U.S. Cellular to Sell Galaxy S4 Mini
I dont get it.
Some others may want to buy the mini for their kids. And even maybe some of them are little people.
There are many reasons, though it may not be your personal choice, it may be others.
Cheers for choice!
As for the power most people really don't need it. Humanity somehow managed to survive until 2010 without the ubiquitous smartphone, yet somehow now not only is survival dependent upon it it requires top-of-the-line specs? Give me a break. The masses lie and say it is absolutely necessary for their job or schooling, yet in reality they just waste time of things like Instagram (the epitome of pointlessness) and Facebook. To top i...
To quote a semi-entertaining movie:
"Size matter in the spy (technology) world, inversely. Smaller is better"
(or something along those lines) - Owen Wilson, I Spy.
I mean seriously, phone size has gotten ridiculously inconvenient just so ppl can parade them and be noticed (compensating much?). Some can't even properly fit in your pants anymore! I can see it now:
"Is that a Samsung Galaxy S4 in your pocket or are you just glad to- OH MY GOD IT'S SENTIENT! RUN!"
If I wanted a large, phone-like surface that allows me to play games, browse youtube, read digital magazines or even act as a table... I'll but a gosh darned tablet!
Otherwise I have no problem hav...
Personally, I can't stand the huge size of phones like the Galaxy S 4 and HTC One. So I want something smaller. Of course I also want a great camera, battery and other features, so the frustrating part of phones like this - for me - is that they compromise too much on features/specs. My ideal phone has the features and performance of the full Galaxy S 4 in something small, perhaps with a 4.3-inch display. I might like this S 4 mini if it had a better camera and 720p display, for example.
Put another way, look at the continued success of the iPhone. Clearly a lot of people prefer a smaller phone.
However, it's not all about cores. I don't agree on that. In most situations, you're only using one or two of the primary cores anyway. Four is overkill for anything but the most demanding games and apps. For example, the 8960 (dual-core) in the Moto X seems to perform really well for most people.
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