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EE Confirms It Will Offer 4G Contracts For The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini

News   •   Jun 03, 2013 13:27 BST

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has recently been hitting the headlines, particularly after it was revealed that 10 million units of the phone were sold after less than a month on the market. As with Samsung's 2012 flagship, the Galaxy S3 it looks like the South Korean manufacturer is currently gearing up to launch a smaller, lower spec but more affordable version of its latest flagship.

Over the last several weeks, there have been plenty of rumours and widespread speculation about the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, and it has recently been revealed that the phone will be officially unveiled at the upcoming Samsung Premier event in London's Earls Court on June 20th. It is also expected that Samsung will use the event to unveil the new Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S4 Active and a new Windows phone.

Over the last few weeks, details about the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini have been revealed by leaked images and spec lists, revealing that phone will sport a 4.3 inch super AMOLED display, 1.7 GHz dual-core processor, 8 megapixel camera, Android Jellybean operating system and the same TouchWiz Nature UX interface found on the flagship Galaxy S4. Another feature rumoured for the device is LTE connectivity, and Slash Gear has recently reported that this feature has been confirmed by EE, the UK's only 4G network operator, which has confirmed that the Galaxy S4 Mini will be offered on its 4G contracts. Visit our website to find out more about the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and find the best Samsung Galaxy S4 offers.

Of course, the Galaxy S4 Mini is unlikely to prove as popular as its flagship counterpart, but still offers a very appealing option given its likely lower price paid coupled with the fact that it offers many features found on more expensive smartphones.

Because the Galaxy S4 Mini is set to be unveiled in the coming weeks, we can expect more details about its availability and pricing in the near future, so we will be sure to report back when we hear of any details.