LG has actually revealed the LG G2 Mini, a trimmed down, lower spec ‘d variation of exactly what was perhaps one of the best smartphones of 2013 in LG G2. The phone will be revealed to the world at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

However, unlike the G2 which was a game changer in a number of aspects, the G2 Mini from the specifications perspective does not look all that appealing. LG seems to have followed the trend of just trimming everything to fit an LG G2 in smaller sized chassis and called it the LG G2 Mini, a route that the likes of HTC and Samsung have taken formerly unlike Xperia Z1 Compact which virtually replicated the specs of the Xperia Z1 other than a smaller display.

LG G2-Mini

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The G2 Mini features a rather miserly 4.7 Inch qHD 540X960 Resolution display which in the day and age where 720P is the minimum a user looks for is disappointing to say the least. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 400 SoC with each of the quad cores running at 1.2 Ghz. The rear video camera is 8 MP. The phone has an internal memory of 8 GB with growth possible via micro SD card and 1 GB RAM. There’s 2440 mAh battery which is removable. The phone will deliver with Android 4.4 Kitkat from the box and have all the features such as Knock On in it.

In regards to physical looks, the gadget is the precise replica of the G2, just with components made smaller sized. The phone is anticipated to be launched in Russia initially with Asia and Latin America getting the gadget in April. With such pitiful specs, it should be a no brainer for LG to actually boldy price the G2 Mini. Exactly what that’ll be, absolutely waits for to be seen.

Via: GSM Arena