Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 S6500 Unveiled

A sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Mini has been leaked and it’s simply being called the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 (S6500). It’s a low-end device aimed at the affordable market but depending on pricing, it could be a decent phone for first time smartphone owners. It will have an 800MHz processor, a 3.3 inch HVGA display, 3GB of internal storage, a 3 megapixel camera and Android 2.3. The device is reportedly coming sometime this month and it’s almost certain that Mobile World Congress will serve as a launch platform for it. We’ll see. Stay tuned for coverage if you happen to find yourself interested. [GSMArena]

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  • GawkerRedesignSucks

    I understand that this is a low-end device, but I still don’t understand those specs.  You can get a Samsung Fascinate (Galaxy S) for FREE on Verizon right now and the specs of that device are superior in every way to this.  I’m sure most carriers have a similar phone for free (or very cheap).  I feel like there’s no reason anyone should still be manufacturing devices with less than a 1GHz processor, 5MP camera, and a 3.5″ screen.  What would be someone’s motivation to buy this when there are plenty of nicer phones that are just as cheap?

    • chuckles87

      no contract carriers like metro love these things

  • Edwin M

    I think this is a market that will probably take off soon. There are still a lot of people out there that wants smartphones but don’t have the funds to shell out for a G-Nex or a Galaxy SII or an iPhone. A well built, lower end model phone that has close enough specs to keep up with the big boys is what’s lacking. Much like the Kindle Fire, I think people are looking to buy decent budget phones.

  • Defenestratus

    Yeah I don’t understand – lower end phones are already available for free.  Are they going to PAY people to use this phone?

  • zorxd

    pfff
    I am waiting for the Galaxy Mini 3 with a 801 MHz processor that will come out next year.

  • Firat Yildiz

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    for a G-Nex or a Galaxy SII or an iPhone. A well built, lower end model
    phone that has close enough specs to keep up with the big boys is what’s
    lacking. Much like the Kindle Fire, I think people are looking to buy
    decent budget phones. 

  • chuckles87

    a hair smaller than the iphone screen and its called mini apple just got samsunged

  • Jose Villa

    Just gimme a freaking Galaxy Nexus on T-Mobile, is that too hard or too much to ask for?