A Russian blog has posted some press photos showing three new shades of Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini in way viz. Blue, Red and Brown.

In late May, Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, the compact version of its current flagship that promises a very complete technical profile, although not as advanced as its older brother.

Now, a Russian blog hi-tech.mail.ru has posted some press photos showing three new shades in way viz. Blue, Red and Brown. However, the official names of these colors are far more extravagant i.e. Arctic Blue, Brown and Red Autumn Dawn respectively. With these three new colors options, the number of colors for the device would turn to a total of five.

Initially, the mini flagship went on sale in two color options, i.e. White Frost and Black Mist (simply black and white) and there had been nothing to say about these new colors, but the Koreans smartphone manufacturer seems to introduce other color options now.

The blog that leaked these images has given clues about the time. The new Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini in blue, brown and red might hit the market in a few weeks, although it’s more likely to arrive first in United Kingdom as often happens with new releases.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, the little brother of the original Galaxy S4 features a 4.3-inch display with a 540×960 pixel resolution, a complete chamber housing a dual-core processor and 8-megapixel camera, and is compatible with 4G LTE networks. Additionally various smart features have been borrowed directly from the original model to improve the user experience.

For a long time, Samsung was limited to the classic black and white tones to color their mobile devices, and the trend was broken when Samsung Galaxy S3 landed in white and blue shades and then more color options added. The success was such with multiple colors that the company might repeat the same formula with the Galaxy S4 Mini.

What color option you like the most? Let us know in the comments!

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