Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini specs

Looking for the full list of Galaxy S4 Mini specs? We've got you covered.

Samsung has announced the Galaxy S4 Mini, a downsized, mid-range version of its 2013 flagship, the Galaxy S4. Like that phone, there are a lot of technical details and software features to get to grips with, so check down below for the full, official Galaxy S4 Mini specification sheet.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Specifications

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NetworkLTE2.5G (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE): 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz3G (HSPA+ 42Mbps): 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz4G (LTE Cat 3 100/50Mbps) : up to 6 different band sets (Dependent on market)
3G2.5G (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE): 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz3G (HSPA+ 21Mbps): 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz
Display4.3”qHD (16:9 wide view) Super AMOLED
AP1.7 GHz Dual-Core Processor
OSAndroid 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
CameraRear : 8 megapixelFront: 1.9 megapixel
Camera FeaturesSound & Shot, Night(Low Light Shot), Best Photo, Best Face, Beauty Face(include Live Beauty), HDR (High Dynamic Range), Panorama, Sports, Continuous Shot
VideoCodec: MPEG4, H.264, H.263, VC-1, VP8, WMV7/8, Sorenson Spark
AudioCodec: MP3, AMR-NB/WB, AAC/AAC+/eAAC+, WMA, Vorbis(OGG), FLAC, apt-X
Additional FeaturesGroup Play: Share Music, Share Picture, Share Document,Play Games
Story Album, S Translator
Samsung Hub, ChatON , Samsung WatchON
S Travel (TripAdvisor), S Voice™,S Health (Downloadable from Samsung Apps)
Samsung Adapt Display, Samsung Adapt Sound
Safety Assistance, Samsung Link, Screen Mirroring, HomeSync, Smart Switch
Samsung KNOX
Google Mobile ServicesGoogle Search, Google Maps, Gmail, Google Messenger,Google Play Store, Google Plus, YouTube, Google Talk,Google Local, Google Navigation, Voice Search, ChromeAvailability of Google Play Books, Play Movies, Play Music,Play Magazine varies by region.
ConnectivityWiFi 5.0GHz a/b/g/nGPS + GLONASSBluetooth® v4.0 (LE), NFC(LTE version only)IR LED (Remote Control)
SensorAccelerometer, Light, Proximity, Gyro, Magnetic
Memory8GB Internal memory (User Memory approximately 5GB) + microSD (up to 64GB), 1.5GB RAM*User memory space may be less than the total memory space due to system files. User memory may different by region, carrier, and supporting language, and may change after software upgrade.
Dimension124.6 x 61.3 x 8.94mm, 107g (3G Dual SIM version:108g)
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  • Looks really good actually, I would buy this unless it's over 300 euro (Xperia SP price is 350 euro and better in terms of build quality, screen and chipset).
  • ...and if I wanted a small screen'd unlocked phone, WHY would I buy this over the Xperia V?
  • Because Sony electronics have been a running joke pretty much ever sense they got into the music business....
  • Yeah, cause it's not like Sony created the market for portable music players or anything... *cough*Walkman*cough*Discman*cough* Yeah, Sony Electronics haven't done anything noteworthy ever... Please troll elsewhere.
  • those products are decades old. MP3 players made those obsolete a while ago and sony let Apple take the innovation of portable music away from them with the ipod and then the iphone
  • Doesn't matter. Still fits the timeline in the post to which I was replying: "ever since they got into the music business". Since Sony has been in the music business for decades, the Walkman and Discman count.
  • Meh it will be a fine midrange phone but the specs are no better than the HTC first sure this will see a much wider release but I'm still left wondering why a qhd screen
  • Why only a qHD screen.....
  • Because nearly 260 ppi is a perfectly fine resolution for a mid to upper mid-level phone? Oh, I forgot, screen ppi is yet another detail people have become blindly obsessed about - got to have a 4K screen on my phone or I can't use it.
  • Keep your consumption preference to yourselves. What matters is if this will have smart scroll or not?
  • Not bad.. the extra 500MB of RAM will go a long way to help the browser not have to refresh so much. qHD is ok. As an EVO 3D owner, 4.3" at qHD is actually a really good resolution. 720p would have been sweet but I get the feeling that Samsung can't produce AMOLED in that size at that resolution. All in all it's great to see some very awesome capable phones in good sizes. The specs alone would have been last year's flagship phones, and it seems gone are the days where the "mid ranged" phones are pieces of garbage.
  • ^^this! Finally someone who sees a phone as is and isn't bashing it because it is Samsung. Seriously getting sick of that. Thanks for a level-headed comment. I agree, gone are the days of mid-range phones being garbage. This is good. A number of these specs are even better than the iPhone. People seem to forget this is an Android community. We love having choice. Or so I thought....
  • i just want to say that being that the S4 has a 1080 AMOLED screen at just under 5 inchs, a 720 4.3 inch AMOLED display isnt impossible at all. it would actually be a much lesser dpi at around 340, where the 1080 display has like 440 dpi. a qHD screen at that size is around 250 dpi... I have an EVO 3D as well. the resolution is good enough. you only really see pixels if you actually look for them.
  • This is good. This is very good. Big screens are sexy until you drop the device because you can't effectively one-hand it. It's a good idea to factor in the reality of not being able to dedicate all your waking hours to operating the phone with two hands when designing a phone. Sure I can hold these big screened phones for a call, but I can't reach the notification bar and the home button with the same thumb without precarious juggling. Just ask my friend who heard the f word out of me half a dozen times in one day when we were warddrobe hunting for her shoot.
  • disappointed at the low DPI. I would like to see Samsung make a device with a screen that can compare to the iphone as far as a compact size with high DPI.
  • Would be a great deal for under $480
  • Not compared to the N4...
  • All that, and then skimped on the internal storage. D'oh! Still a fantastic little device, though.
  • I really don't understand why this isn't 16GB device.