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Wednesday, 03 October 2012 10:16

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini just days away?

Written by Peter Scott



German leak points to October 11 launch


Samsung is getting better at keeping secrets with every new launch and this time around we could be in for a surprise.

Someone at Samsung’s German office has sent out press invites to a launch event scheduled for October 11. The invite has a rather interesting phrase: “So gross kann Klein sein.” My German is somewhat rusty, but this loosely translates into “small can be so big” or “so small yet so big” and many believe that it’s an invite for the Galaxy S3 Mini launch.

Rumours of a diminutive Galaxy S3 started floating around back in August, but there is still no word on the spec. Some sites are reporting a 4-inch WVGA display and a 1GHz dual-core processor, but this seems a bit too underwhelming, especially if you compare it to the Galaxy S Duos and Galaxy SII Plus. Like we said, Samsung is just getting much better at keeping secrets, so we really don’t know what to expect.

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