LG is quite excited about the release of the G2 Mini that it couldn’t help disclosing the features even one week before the grand event of mobiles, Mobile World Congress. They have officially announced the release of the G2 Mini.
Some users might not be happy with the release since it is again the mini version of the mobile instead of a giant version with great specifications. However, mid-range specifications serve the demands of many people even today. Sony is the only company to offer high end “mini” to-date.
Talking about the features of G2 mini, it will support the 4.7” display with qHD technology of 960×540. However, the screen solution is similar to that of the 2011 version. These devices are supposed to support two different kinds of processors that will be based on some other similar types such as dual-SIM versions, and non-LTE. You will either get 1.2 GHz quad core NVIDIA Tegra 4i or 1.2 GHz Quad core snapdragon 400.
LG G2 Mini boasts the LG’s optimus UI that come with smart features such as Guest Mode. These features are following the suite of the approach of Motorola in Moto X as well as some other smartphones. However, these specs didn’t meet the expectations of the users. Some users may even consider these specs to be underwhelming. In fact, some people might be thinking of LG G2 Mini to compete with Samsung Galaxy S5. Moreover, the 720P HD display is missing that was present in the LG G2 bigger version.
The LG G2 mini might be useful for the users who don’t require the screen size of 5.2” in the giant version of LG G2. However, decrease in screen size automatically degrades the other relevant video and image features.
The rest of the specs also lie in the mid-range in the world of smartphones. The RAM is 1GB, 8GB of internal memory storage with capability to add external memory through microSD, 2400 mAh removable battery, 8MP rear camera, and Android 4.4. It will also sport some of the features compatible with its bigger brothers, G Pro 2, and G2. You can choose smartphone of your choice from white, black, red, or Champagne, and you expect to see it in Russia first of all that will be followed by Latin America, Middle East, Europe, and Asia in April.