With all those rumors surrounding each product and each software version, it is hard to keep up with what is true or what is gossip. However, it is our job to keep you informed with all that the technology world is preparing. In this respect, new rumors concerning the South Korean manufacturer are roaming around the internet. It appears that Samsung plans to launch “Black Edition” versions for its Galaxy S4 flagship and for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini.
I am sure that this news will be well received by many of you since the white, gold and pink are not suitable colors for everybody. In this respect, with more variants of existing devices, I am sure that the worldwide sales will record some new numbers, especially when a black case will definitely accentuate the deep black color of the Super AMODEL display featured in both Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Mini.
What it is worth mentioning is the fact that Galaxy S4 Mini will also come in a dual SIM variant, which will attract a different type of customers. Having this wide array of carriers available, with different yet attractive plans, a dual SIM device will definitely make its way through the hands of a high number of customers.
In what concerns the hardware part, everything should remain the same. The device will have a 5-inch 1080 p display powered by a 2.3 quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor and 2 GB of RAM. The front-facing camera will have 5 MP and the rear-facing one will capture pictures with 13 MP. Related to the internal storage, the device will offer 16 GB of available space, but customers will have the possibility of extending it with the help of a MicroSD card. This was the Galaxy S4 flagship.
Related to the Mini version of Samsung’s famous handset, the device will be powered by a 1.7 dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor and it will possess only 1.5 GB of RAM. The display will have 4.3-inch size while the rear-facing camera will be a little bit less capable compared to the S4’s 13 MP camera. The S4 Mini offers only an 8 MP camera. On the internal storage aspect, the device offers the half of the S4’s storage, more precisely 8 GB of space.
Both of these devices will be running Android 43 out-of the box, or they will be compatible for a software update right away. If you happen to love the classy black color, and you want to change your smart device, you should definitely take into consideration the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the S4 Mini in the Black Edition.