Samsung quietly launches Galaxy S4 Mini Plus

Released in 2013, the Galaxy S4 Mini Samsung was designed to be a smaller, but less powerful than its big brother, the Galaxy S4. Two years later, Samsung sent the Galaxy S4 Mini to the gym, and the result is now a Galaxy S4 Mini Plus or Galaxy S4 Value Edition, depending on where you reside, reports GSM Arena.

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The biggest change is under the hood, as you will find a quad-processor 64-bit, 410 Snapdragon Qualcomm clocked at 1.2 GHz. This is a marked improvement over the older 32-bit chip, Snapdragon 400, found in the heart of the Galaxy S4 Mini.

Unfortunately, apart from the name, this is the only change you will find with the Galaxy S4 Mini Plus. You will find the same amount of RAM found in its predecessor, or 1.5 GB of RAM and the same 4.3-inch AMOLED screen and resolution 960 x 540 pixels. The 8 GB of internal storage is always what you have, you can climb using a micro SD card embedded in the smartphone. Finally, the 1900 mAh battery is expected to have autonomy of a day given the low-end specifications of this device.

A 1.9 Megapixel sensor is embedded above the screen and an 8 megapixel camera can be used on the back of the smartphone. Finally, and to my dismay, the Galaxy S4 Mini Plus comes with Android 4.4 KitKat – sad given that Android 5.x Lollipop is pushed all the smartphones launched in 2015, and that Android M arrives in months come.

Regarding availability, the Galaxy S4 Mini Plus / Value Edition is already available in Europe between 190 and 239 euros . However, at this price it’s hard to give him special attention because the E Moto and Moto G already on the market. The Moto E contains similar internal specifications for a much lower price, while the Moto G gives you a lot more customization through Moto Maker. In addition, two smartphones powered by the latest Google OS, Android 5.1 Lollipop.

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