Samsung has announced Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2, two new Android powered smartphones which is expected to showcase at MWC next week. Company said that Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 are the upgraded version of Galaxy Ace and Galaxy mini which was successfully launched last year........:)
Samsung revealed Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 officially
While Samsung has the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II as its heavyweights for 2012, it has plans on bringing in more players to the fight as well. Reports of no less than 3 Samsung smartphones have now surfaced: the Galaxy S III Mini, Galaxy S II Plus, and Galaxy Premier.
Recent top-tier phones from Samsung have managed to propagate to major U.S. and international carriers while retaining their model names, like the Samsung Galaxy S III or the Samsung Galaxy Note II. As one moves down into the mid-tier range, we are starting to see carriers renaming Samsung devices to be more carrier specific.
Not too far behind its larger sibling, photos of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini GT-I9190 have been leaked thanks to Twitter user Ermek Kubanychbekov. Ermek shared several photos of the Mini and even snapped a shot of it alongside the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S III (pictured above).
Those of you looking for a more compact and economical version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 will have to wait a couple of months longer. The Galaxy S 4 Mini was originally going to release in May, but has been pushed back to July. The little brother of the Galaxy S 4 will come with a 4.3-inch qHD (960 x 540) display, and 8MP camera.
Below, you can download the latest version of Samsung Kies, PC Sync for SAMSUNG Galaxy Mini smartphone series. SAMSUNG Galaxy Mini is powered by Android 2.2 Froyo series. This PC Sync act as a phone driver and PC Suite that will connect your Galaxy Mini with Windows 7, Vista and Windows XP.
When Samsung announced the release of the Galaxy S 4 Mini, they did not mention which carriers would make the device available. Given the wide number of spectrum bands available for the device and Samsung’s strategy with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 of making it available with a wide number of carriers, we would not be surprised to see the same thing play out with the Galaxy S 4 Mini.