Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 Shows up at FCC

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 Shows up at FCC

We have seen Samsung’s high end phones like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note, but for some people they cost an arm or a leg. For such people, Samsung has a special phone known as the Galaxy Mini, which was launched last year. A few days ago, we showed you its successor, named as Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 along with it’s specifications. Samsung is planning to announce it at the Mobile World Congress later this month. However, the device was spotted at FCC with 850 and 1900 GSM/GPRS/EDGE radios, which means it will run AT&T 3G network and T-Mobile’s edge network only. 

Such phones are considered most by students on a budget. If AT&T launches it, I am sure they will offer it with a cheap contract and a good package, or you would be able to get the phone from an online retailer e.g. NewEgg. Anyway, we just can’t say that it’s coming to the American shore side because not every FCC item hit’s US, so it’s better to wait for the official announcement.

But if it hits USA, are you going to pick one? Tell us in the comment box below.

Source: Engadget

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