The Mini measures 5.10 inches tall, 2.6 inches wide, and 0.39 inch thick. It also weighs in at a manageable 4.27 ounces, and feels noticeably more comfortable handling with one hand compared to the G2.
LG has released four color versions of the Mini (black, white, red, and gold), but color availability will vary depending on the region.
Elsewhere the Mini's specs are distinctly middle of the road. There's 8GB of storage, expandable with microSD, and a decent 2,440mAh battery that you can swap out.
Similar to the G2, the device features dual audio speakers located at the bottom edge.
The handset will run Android, 4.4 KitKat. While some mid-range mobiles are still hitting the market running Android 4.2, that's very welcome.
Like we've seen on recent high-end LG devices, the phone's physical control buttons are located in the back. To wake up the handset, users can tap twice on the display (a function LG calls KnockOn).
To distinguish the G2 Mini from LG's other mid-range handsets, you'll see that the Mini lacks a physical home button on the front bezel.
Shutterbugs will be keen to know that the phone will have a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera and an 8-megapixel camera. (Though, similar to the different processor, the Latin America model will sport a slightly upgraded 13-megapixel camera.)