Small Yet Extremely Useful; the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

by | Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini | September 15th, 2015

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Despite the huge popularity of the latest smart phones like the Samsung Galaxy S6 Monthly and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and the consistent expectations about new phones like the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 5; some of the older models marketed by Samsung have not lost their popularity. One such model is the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

Basically the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini is the smaller version of its larger counterpart the Samsung Galaxy S5 Monthly. However the shortness of size does not deprive the phone of various important features that made its larger version popular in the UK market. Users of mobile sets and smart phones in UK feel that the phone offers a lot and is one of the best values for the money invested on the same by the buyers.

Even though more than one years has passed since its launch in June last year the 5.16 inch x 2.55 inch x 0.36 inch dimension small and slim smart phone has not lost any of its popularity in UK market. At 120 gm the handset is lightweight and portable and can fit into the pocket and palms of the user nicely. The set also has fingerprint sensor installed on it and runs on Android operating system, the most popular OS in the mobile zones.

Despite its small size the super AMOLED display is superb on the 4.5 inch screen on Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini. It also supports viewing multimedia contents and the 1.5 GB RAM is adequate for standard multimedia file viewing. The internal storage of 16 GB is adequate but it can also be enhanced to 64 GB using the MicroSD slot for the purpose. The camera is excellent and takes clean and sharp pictures.

For such a small handset the battery power is more than adequate and with all such facilities at now slashed down rates many users find it convenient using the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini.

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