LG G2 Mini

| February 28, 2014

The LG G2 Mini is now official

LG has officially announced that they will debut the LG G2 Mini at MWC this month. The product has been rumored since December and LG even teased it for an MWC unveiling. With the LG G2 Mini being now official we can finally take a look at the spec list to see if its worthy of buying or not.

LG G2 Mini specs and features

LG G2 Mini

This smartphone will be quite a large device compared to other “mini” handsets out there. It will sport a 4.7-inch LCD display with a disappointing qHD 540×960 resolution.  It will have a mediocre 234 ppi density that is far from excellent compared to the 424 ppi of its larger brother. The LG G2 Mini has a processor (a Snapdragon 400) that is clocked at a low 1.2 GHz and it will have only 1GB of RAM. The rear camera will have 8MP while the front one will have 1.3 MP. There will be 8GB of internal storage and the possibility to expand it via a microSD card. To top off these mediocre specs is a promising battery capacity of 2,440mAh.

There’s not that much to talk about it besides commenting the spec sheet. The LG G2 Mini will obviously run on Android 4.4 KitKat and it will have the same specific features that its bigger brother has, like the power button and volume rocker on the back of the device rather than on the side. That’s it, there’s really not much to say. What do you think? Will the LG G2 Mini be like the rest of the other “mini” phones this year or will it be different?

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