This category doesn't tell us much, but with mid-range hardware, the S3 Mini should get good battery life
The camera in the S3 isn't high-end either
Though the S3 Mini's processor should be solid, it won't likely benchmark anywhere near the iPhone 5
The Galaxy S3 Mini is a relatively thick smartphone, by 2012 standards
The display alone defines the S3 Mini as a mid-range smartphone
It's no contest, but the iPhone 5 can help put the Galaxy S3 Mini in perspective
One area where the Mini may outshine the full-sized S3: it ships with Jellybean (jellybeans: Shutterstock)
Samsung appears to be aiming for bargain basement prices with the S3 Mini
Lightness is one thing the S3 Mini has going for it
What, no LTE?
When Samsung revealed the details of its new Galaxy S III Mini, mobile tech junkies let out a collective "meh." Those hoping for a Galaxy S III squeezed into a smaller, lighter body instead got a mid-range (probably low-priced) smartphone. Though it isn't an even battle, let's see how it compares to Apple's latest high-end offering, the iPhone 5.
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