The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini
arrived in phone stores back in November but is currently only sold with 3G connectivity. This begs the question why hasn’t a 4G version arrived ?.
We don’t know the answer to this but we know that EE ( which owns Orange and T-Mobile ) already stock the 4G enabled Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note, so a 4G enabled Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini
would seem a perfect match to add into the mix.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is currently only available in Pebble Blue or Marble White but we’ve known for some time that new colours would be added to the range in early 2013. Samsung France has confirmed that the new colours are Garnet Red, Amber Brown, Titan Grey and Onyx Black and added them to their website.
Although, the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini has not been truly designed as a 4G compatible phone to date, it is compatible with the 1800Mhz bandwidth that EE uses for 4G so it is feasible that the new colours could arrive at the same time as a new 4G enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini.
Stranger things have happened.