What happens when Samsung uses a shrink-ray and zapps their flagship smartphone? They end up having the Galaxy S3 mini. In fact, if you put this phone in the hands of a little person, it’ll look just like a normal S3. The design that made the S3 feel good in the hand is carried over. You can even say that it feels better, since the smaller size makes for a better grip.
Despite its diminutiveness (if you can call it that, it’s as big as an iPhone 5) the 4-inch Super AMOLED display doles out great looking images. It still packs the processing power you need to run Android Jelly Bean and apps buttery smooth. That’s why you shouldn’t fooled by the size, the Galaxy S3 mini is a very capable smartphone.