Thursday, 11 October 2012


Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini finally official.

   This lovely little device, ladies and gentlemen, is the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. It became officially official in Germany today after tonnes and tonnes of leaks in the past week. Which, incidentally  turned out to be totally correct!

   Unfortunately this device will leave many people hugely disappointed, because this is not the Galaxy S3 in a smaller shell. Instead, we have a toned down version of the original Galaxy S3.

   It turns out yesterday's rumours were pretty spot on; there's a 4" 480 x 800 pixel screen,  Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a 1GHz dual-core processor, a slightly underwhelming 5-megapixel main camera with autofocus and an LED flash. There's also a front-facing VGA camera, NFC, Wifi, 8 or 16GB's of storage and a MicroSD card slot! All of this is powered by a 1,500 mAh battery, which should get you through the day!

   There's no word on pricing yet, although we expect it'll set you back somewhere in region of £250! What do you think about it? Is it slightly disappointing? Let us know in the comments below!

In other news:
  • Verizon has announced, as a 'guideline', that they will be shutting down their 2G and 3G networks by 2021!
  • Nokia has announced the pricing for their upcoming wireless accessories for the Lumia 820 and 920! There's a comprehensive list to be found here at Clove!
  • The FFC has finally approved the Kindle Fire HD!
  • Kickstarter will be launching in the UK on Halloween!
  • This may well be the new LG Nexus device! It's been caught on some extremely convincing shots over on TechOnliner! (Via Engadget).
LG's rumored Nexus, the E960 Mako, poses for Belarusian glamour pics

  • Google Maps has been updated with 250,000 more miles of road becoming available on Street View!
  • Mozilla has temporarily delayed the release of Firefox 16 because of security vulnerabilities!
  • PC sales have declined for the first time in 11 years this year! A momentus event which has coincided with Lenovo overtaking HP and the world's largest PC manufacturer.
  • RIM has opened up BB10 app submissions and has offered developers a bonus of $10,000 as a little encouragement!
And finally, Google is currently on a recruiting drive for new 'Nexus ambassadors' as the company seeks to bolster their support department, after criticism of the department following the launch of the Nexus 7! Via Geek.


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