Compact and good looking.
Stutter-free navigation in the menus.
Low resolution screen makes it difficult to read text.
Below average fixed focus camera.
Adobe Flash is a no-go.
By GadgetSpeak on December 03, 2011
Put the words “Samsung” and “Galaxy” together in the same sentence and you could start thinking that the subject matter was going to be a tablet device. However by inserting the word “Mini” into the sentence, the...64
By PCWorld New Zealand on August 25, 2011
Android phones are now relatively common – the likes of the Huawei U8150 and Motorola Flipout make decent entry-level phones. Samsung’s newest entry in the sub-$400 category is the Galaxy Mini.There’s a lot to like about this little...70
By Expert Reviews on August 06, 2011
It's got a low resolution screen, but if you want a SIM-free Android phone on a tight budget, it's a bargain...80
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on July 25, 2011
There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Mini is great value for money. It has all the features of a high end smartphone as it is running Android 2.2. Froyo but just in a smaller package and from £89.99 on Pay as You Go. I see this as one of the...-
By 3G UK on July 22, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy Mini is a small device with a big list of features. It does a good job and offers a fun user experience. It's just a shame that the low-res screen is such a disappointment. The slow chip is really not a problem, and the handset...60
By Mobile Choice on July 21, 2011
A low-price phone with neat form factor and decent capabilities, but it looks better when the screen is off...60
By PC Advisor on July 06, 2011
It's incredibly cheap at £101, but the Samsung Galaxy mini makes several compromises to achieve such a low price tag. Most noticeable is the horribly low-resolution screen, second is the paltry 3Mp camera with no flash or autofocus, and third...70
By itreviews.com on June 03, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy Mini is a neat, small smartphone at an attractive price. But check the specifications carefully to make sure the compromises will suit you before buying, though....60
By Android Central on May 25, 2011
We spend a lot of time here on Android Central obsessing over the latest high-end, high-spec, high-price handsets -- devices aimed at nerds like us who crave shiny new toys every few months. But in the real world, not everyone likes to blow hundreds...-
By T3 Magazine on May 24, 2011
Samsung’s Galaxy family has been breeding like wild fire in recent months. The latest addition to the Android-focused fam’ is the Galaxy Mini, a pared down, budget blower that aims to offer the full-on Google experience without a...60