|Friday, 18 May 2012 10:30 AM |
Ahead of the media preview of its bigger brother next week, Samsung have just released the Galaxy mini 2, an entry level Android smartphone that at RM599 looks like its quite good value for money. At 800MHz, 512MB of RAM, 3.27Inch HVGA TFT display which does 480x320, 3MP camera and 1,300mAh battery that has NFC capability, the only real letdown is that the phone will still run Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The Galaxy mini 2 may just be head to head with the recently announced HTC Desire C and may fall behind on the OS front, camera and of course the 25GB dropbox space. However it's all about the price. If the price is drastically different, those specs won't matter, however if the price isn't all that different, I don't see why the mini 2 would be a better choice than the Desire C.
As it stands, for RM599 the mini 2 is quite a decent starter smartphone.
(Source: Soya Cincau)