Just ten days ago, the first document for the Galaxy Mini 2 by Samsung broke cover. The device itself is meant specifically for the mid-range market, but considering the market the safe assumption that it will have a lower price tag is pretty common. With the handset rumored to be launching soon, it’s no surprise that the device has made an appearance within the FCC’s depths.
It has managed to come out bearing all its details, though. From the previous story, we know that the device will feature a 3.3-inch HVGA TFT touchscren display, with an 800MHz processor under the hood. There will be 3GB of built-in storage, with a 3MP rear-facing camera. The device will also feature Samsung’s ChatON software.
The FCC has revealed its radio situation. We now know that the Galaxy Mini 2 will feature 850 and 1900 GSM//GPRS/EDGE. It will also have NFC, WiFI and GPS connectivity options. As far as network support here in the States, you’ll be able to connect to both AT&T’s and T-Mobile’s EDGE networks.