Galaxy S4 and S4 Mini smartphones get black

Despite the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S4 Mini are almost a year old Samsung does not stop looking for new ways to make these two more attractive before the mighty Galaxy S5 steps in. If you miss having the Galaxy S4 and S4 Mini in black then don’t – now they are available in exactly the same color.

The newcomers also offer a leather back side, which is a nice addition no matter how you look at it and this is especially good news for people who did not like the plastic back of these two smartphones. Don’t expect much else out of these two as the hardware specs are the same as in the regular Galaxy S4 and S4 Mini smartphones.

In regards to pricing it appears that the trendy black color will come with a price premium. There’s no official confirmation of the pricing of these two but online sources inform that the black Galaxy S4 will sell for USD 660 while the S4 Mini will cost USD 460.

Both devices will become available in February 2014.


Source: GSMArena

Related posts

AVADirect starts selling the Clevo M980NU Gaming Notebook

AVADirect a leading custom computer manufacturer, has announced that they are now selling the world's most powerful gaming notebook, the Clevo M980NU. In addition to claiming the title of the world's most powerful gaming notebook, AVADirect.com is also claiming that Alienware's M17x notebook is...

Acer debuts Iconia W3 tablet

The Finnish web site of the Taiwanese hardware company Acer has first leaked information on the upcoming new Iconia W3 tablet. The device will be based on the Intel Clover Trail platform and will include a dual core Intel Atom Z2760 processor at 1.5 GHz, an integrated Intel GMA 3650 video...

Microsoft unveils the Lumia 535

Microsoft unveils the Lumia 535

A while ago Microsoft announced it would unveil the first company Lumia smartphone on November 11 and the software giant has kept its promise. Despite reports of launching a more powerful smartphone, Microsoft instead launched the Microsoft Lumia 535 – a budget-oriented device, which was...

Leave a comment