Sam S4 Mini 4G Lands @ Telstra

Written by Oonagh Reidy     21/08/2013 | 15:25 | Category: SMARTPHONES & PDAS

Optus isn't the only one going Galaxy mini

Sam S4 Mini 4G Lands @ Telstra


Telco has just confirmed it, too, will sell Samsung S4 Mini in 4G, after it was announced by Optus as a dual band device, yesterday. 

The Mini-me of Samsung's hero Galaxy S4 - has a 4.3" qHD Super AMOLED display, running Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean).  It also has clever apps like WatchOn (to watch live TV, movies), S Translator, S Travel, S Health. 

Optus is selling it as a dual band 4G smartphone for its unique network, as well as in 3G version. 

Telstra S4 Mini will run on its 4G network, which will cover 85 per cent of the population by the time Santa arrives at Christmas. 

Vodafone have yet to confirm it will be selling Galaxy S 4 Mini, meanwhile, Virgin Mobile has no plans to stock the Mini, a spokesperson confirmed to SmartHouse. 

Telstra says it is still awaiting pricing and availability but has opened pre prders. It hits Optus next week. 

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