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LG's G2 Mini offered in three variants

LG's latest phone added to the company's Android smartphone line-up is the new G2 Mini, a miniature version of the firm's 2013 flagship handset, the original G2. Yesterday we saw the South Korean phone maker introducing their new phone to the public, clearing off with two commercial variants and details of it's internal specifications out of the box.

Following the news, we now hear about the device to come to the stores, not in two, but in three different models. The main difference between these three models are it's processors, cameras and the network connectivity, while other internal specs are identical to each other.

First up, we have the LG made G2 Mini with a Quad-Core Qualcomm MSM8926 Snapdragon 400 processor with Cortex-A7 CPU, clocked at 1.2GHz and Adreno's 305 GPU, an eight megapixels primary shooter as heard earlier, NFC and fourth generation (4G) LTE Cat4 connections support.

Second is the one sporting the same Snapdragon 400 SoC, shifting to MSM8226 mark, again the same old eight megapixels snapper on the back, but stays on third generation (3G) networks, attributing dual-SIM card slots, lacking Near Field Communication (NFC).

Last, and of course not the least, the G2 Mini featuring Quad-Core Nvidia's Tegra 4i chipset, Cortex-A9 Central Processing Unit (CPU), speeding at 1.7GHz, bumps up the main lens to a 13 megapixels, 4G LTE Cat3 radio signals, still lacking around NFC.

As reported earlier the past day, the new phone will arrive in Titan Black, Lunar White, Red and Gold color options, where the 3G dual-SIM phone from the lot is to make the market presence first, followed by others, early next month. The LG G2 Mini's Nvidia specific phone is tipped to be an exclusive for the Latin American stores shelves, at least for now.

Source: GSMArena