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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Dials Back Specs
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ArjunS710
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ArjunS710,
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6/2/2013 | 8:28:19 PM
re: Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Dials Back Specs
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ArjunS710
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ArjunS710,
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6/2/2013 | 8:27:51 PM
re: Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Dials Back Specs
Calling it Galaxy S4 mini is an eye wash. Samsung is just trying to go extra mile and capitalize on the equity it has created with the real smartphone wonder Galaxy S4. I am not surprised to see how Galaxy S4 has left Apple's iPhone5 far behind in a Face-off battle between the two, where iPhone5 almost feel like a jail. I came across this interesting website: BRANDCOLLAGE
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keltypack,
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5/30/2013 | 4:50:54 PM
re: Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Dials Back Specs
I was interested until I found that the specs are equivalent to last year's handsets. It is shameful to call it a GS4 but only spec it as a GS3 (or less). I think there is a market for premium performance with a 4.3" screen (my wife and daughter prefer smaller screens). Crippling a phone and calling it a GS4 is shameful. I WON'T be buying one.


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