We’ve seen follow ups to the Samsung Galaxy Ace, two follow ups (of sorts) to the Samsung Galaxy S and now there’s the Samsung Galaxy mini 2, a follow up to (you guessed it) last year’s Samsung Galaxy mini.
Mooted specs include a 3.3-inch 480×320 (HVGA) display, an 800MHz chip, a 3-megapixel camera (no flash) and 3GB of internal storage.
Quite literally an odd number for storage there – we’d expect normally see 2GB, 4GB or 8GB listed – although this could refer to the actual amount of storage that’s available to the user.
Other vital stats doing the round include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 3G HSDPA speeds of up to 7.2Mbps and Samsung’s ChatON IM app pre-installed.
The screengrab has nowt else to go on besides the name – Samsung Galaxy mini 2 – and its internal names – GT-S6500 and Jena – and a glimpse at the front and back. It’s reportedly packing curves not too dissimilar from previous Galaxy phones from the lower-end of the spectrum, with that trademark Samsung bulge at the back.
Arriving straight from the mouth of an anonymous tipster and into the laps of GSM Arena, the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 hasn’t been officially announced by Samsung itself. But given it’s recent track record we wouldn’t be at all surprised to see something that’s too far from what we’ve seen here.