The Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 is a budget blower designed for a younger owner. It's light on features and not very powerful but as a cheap and cheerful first-time smart phone it's charmingly basic. There are more powerful and capable Androids at bargain basement prices so do your homework before committing your pocket money.
The Samsung Galaxy Mini won't suit demanding smart-phone users. Still, this cheap and cheerful addition to the Galaxy stable is a viable option for newcomers to the Android scene.
Typical price: £145.00
The Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 S6500 could make its debut at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, according to a leaked promotional image.
If you prefer your smart phones on the small side, check out the Samsung Galaxy mini, a budget Android phone that should sport a mini price.
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