Samsung Hints at Galaxy S III Mini Before Big Event

Samsung Galaxy S III MiniThe Galaxy S III is one heck of a smartphone. It’s large, has great features and is one of if not the best smartphones on the market. However, despite its rather large size, a mini form of the smartphone may be headed our way. Rumors about the device have been circulating recently and even more information that points to a smaller device has just been discovered.

The company recently sent out an invite for an October 11 event that talks about small being big, a clever way of stating that the next “big” thing is something small. Marketing teams often use this coy way of speaking, mainly to get buzz circulating about whatever they are about to release.

The thought of a smaller version of the flagship phone for Samsung seemed like a great idea from the start. That idea has since been backed by a screenshot, which apparently came from a Scandinavian retailer of all places, lists a Samsung Galaxy S III Mini, available in blue or white and with or without an NFC chip.

Like I mentioned earlier, the Galaxy S III has been one of the most popular smartphones on the market, including the best selling one from Samsung. However, the big size doesn’t quite work for everybody, especially those who prefer to have a smaller handheld. A miniature version of the Galaxy S III could be a way for Samsung to branch out its customer base and make it so there is literally no reason a consumer wouldn’t like the device.

I personally love my Galaxy S III and I know a lot of other people who love it just as much as I do. Technically it is also a superior phone to the iPhone 5 in almost every single way. If the one thing people tend to dislike about the phone (the large screen size) is being solved by producing a smaller counterpart then Samsung may truly have a way to overtake Apple in the smartphone race.

Source: CNET – Mini Galaxy S3 evidence piling up before Samsung event

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