ATT Galaxy S4 MiniIt's been several months since we witnessed the international launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, but until now we've seen no sign of a stateside launch for the pint-sized handset.  Now it appears the device may be headed to both Sprint and AT&T, as prolific Twitter leaker @evleaks has unearthed images of the S4 Mini running on both networks.

It also seems AT&T will be getting a unique — to put it mildly — pink version of the Mini, while Sprint's is pictured in the more traditional black mist and white frost colors. Besides exterior differences, you're likely looking at the same specs as the international model — a 1.7GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU, 1.5GB of RAM, a 4.3-inch qHD SuperAMOLED display and 8-megapixel rear camera.

There's no indication as to when the S4 Mini might hit AT&T or Sprint, but you'll want to head over to our Galaxy S4 Mini review to learn more about the device.

Source: @evleaks (AT&T) (Sprint)

Sprint Galaxy S4 Mini


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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini leaks for Sprint and AT&T


why would they put a snapdragon 800 in the mini when the actual s4 doesn't have one?

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ask all the people who make statements like the one I wrote, that question

Im guessing they feel like if a phone doesnt have the latest/greatest CPU, then its not worth buying...1

The S4 processor doesn't bother me but the screen resolution among other specs would prevent me or any of my friends from taking this phone seriously.

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K... AT&T just released the S3 mini like two weeks ago...

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Adorable little phone. Finally there are some phones at Sprint for females other than the iPhone. Not because it's pink, but because so many of us are tired of those ridic jumbos.

You know, it would be a nice Marketing gimmick if there was a Galaxy Note 3 Mini as well. The entire family would benefit. DADDY AND MOMMY would have the Big GN3, while all the kids would have the GN3-Mini...LMAO! Genius...I know!

In today's Corporate world, we don't have many brains like this out there!