The LG G2 mini is a typical device for its class: it looks like its bigger brother, but we cannot leave aside the compromises when it comes to its hardware specs. Anyway, there are still plenty of potential buyers interested on finding out more about this mini handset and if you are one of them, then you probably know the fact that LG G2 mini will begin its rollout in April through Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. But surprisingly, it is already available in Germany and Spain for €350, as we are speaking.
Amazon Germany, MediaMark, Saturn and Amazon Spain
Several German retailers such as Amazon Germany, MediaMarkt and Saturn have this LG G2 mini for a price of €350, just as Amazon Spain is offering it for the same price. So yes, we can say that LG G2 mini is a little more expensive than we have first imagined, but don’t forget that the price includes the taxes that the Europeans retailers have added, so we are hoping to hear about a change in its price after a while.
Three Different LG G2 mini Versions
Meanwhile, don’t forget that there are three different versions of this handset, depending on the market that we are talking about. One LG G2 mini version gets the power from a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU with Adreno 305 GPU and NFC, but we’ll also see a dual-SIM, 3G-only version with the same CPU and GPU, but no NFC. And don’t leave aside the fact that there’s even a third LG G2 mini model coming with a Nvidia Tegra 4i quad-core CPU clocked LTE and no NFC as well.
In these conditions, the LG G2 mini version that can be found in Germany and Spain is the Snapdragon-powered LTE version one with Adreno 305 GPU and although this might not be the best option, there are other specs and features that might appeal to others. We are referring to its 4.7-inch qHD display, as well as the KitKat OS coming along with the KnockON code feature.