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Jan 15, 2013
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We've been blabbering about Samsung's Galaxy S III for some time now, larglely due to its  status as a true Android superphone. The thing is, not all of us can call dibs on one because it's too damn expensive for the average Pinoy. Apparently, Samsung got wind of this, which brings us to the newest "cheap" smartphone in the market, the Galaxy S III Mini.

Take a peek at the short preview video for it below:

Yes, the Galaxy S III Mini is a smaller, watered-down variant of the Galaxy S III. Basically, Sammy's branding it as a reliable Android device with good specs and a  more pocket-friendly SRP. Under its hood the Galaxy S III mini has a dual-core 1GHz CPU with 1GB of RAM, dual cameras (5-megapixel main, VGA secondary), and wireless connectivity over Bluetooth, 3G, and Wi-Fi.

And don't let the "mini" on its name fool you; this one has a pretty sizable 4-inch touchscreen at a respectable resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. You also won't need to update to the latest Android version since it already comes flavored with v4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.

The Galaxy S III mini is set to be unveiled next week, on the 26th to be exact. The asking price? P14,999 or about half  of its more esteemed bro. The best part? It looks more like the Galaxy S III's twin rather than it's knockoff version, meaning it has the same sleek frame and curves to warrant second, nay, third glances from your peers.

WORDS: NEPS FIRMALAN
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