Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini Rumors, Likely to Release!


Just when we started thinking that the Samsung Galaxy S7 might be around the corner, we have found ourselves revolving around a Smaller version of the 2015 Flagship of Samsung – Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini. This news came into the daylight when the Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini that was tagged as SM-W2016, reportedly was spotted on the benchmarking website GFX Bench Test, thanks to this benchmarking the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S6 mini was also spotted.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini might be just around the corner but we need to take this news with a pinch of Salt unless there are more solid information about it or Samsung makes an official announcement about the device.


Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini Likely to Release!

Some leaks has also suggested some probable features on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini is said to sport a 4.6 inch display having a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels. The phone is rumored to come powered by an Exynos 7420 processor that we already saw in the Samsung Galaxy S6. The phone might also feature 3GB of RAM space.

In another leak in the Latinos Post, the Galaxy S6 mini’s chipset might work together with four Cortex-A53 cores and one quad-core Cortex-A57 unit coupled with a Mali-T760 MP8 graphics chip.


The Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini will be packed with an internal storage of 64GB. In the camera department, the Galaxy S6 Mini will sport a 16 MP primary shooter having autofocus, HDR, flash and face detection. On the front it is said to have a 5 MP sensor.

There has not yet been any leaks about the price of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini. According to the leaked image, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini will most probably have the same build and design of the original Samsung Galaxy S6. The Samsung Galaxy S6 was a huge success for Samsung and it would like the mini version of the Galaxy S6 to create the same magic for them. For now there has not been any official announcement whether if the smaller S6 will ever see the light of the day, but we will keep you updated with whatever knowledge we receive.