Samsung’s Galaxy Mini 2 (Jena) hits the FCC, on schedule for a Mobile World Congress appearance
Don’t have room in your pockets for a 4-inch Android smartphone? Meet the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2, and 3.3-inch Android smartphone that measures just 109mm x 59mm. With an 800MHz processor, 320×480 display and just 3GB of internal storage, the Mini 2 isn’t a top-of-the-line phone, but it does offer a capable alternative its full-sized Android brethren.
Today, the Galaxy Mini 2 hit the FCC as the GT-S6500, winning support for GSM bands 850 and 1900, WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC. Unfortunately, the device didn’t get approval for any WCDMA bands, suggesting that 3G won’t be an option at this time…at least in the US.
Samsung hasn’t officially announced the Galaxy Mini 2 yet, but the device is rumored to launch later this month. Today’s FCC filing comes just in time for Mobile World Congress where the device will likely be launched. Images of the device have already leaked, below, thanks to GSMArena.com