When LG released the G2 Mini, a lot of folks were disappointed that LG didn't bring the same sort of specs as the G2 brought to the table last year. However, what LG was going for was more of the G2 experience than anything else. With an aim to bring the key features from the G2 to those that can't afford the full device, LG created the G2 Mini with budgets, rather than specs in mind. The G2 Mini is still an interesting device, and soon those in the UK will be able to buy the device.
The G2 Mini is up for sale from UK retailer Clove for £250 including VAT. For that price, you'll be getting a 4.7-inch qHD display (which is 960 x 540), a Snapdragon 400, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (with room for more) and a 13-megapixel camera. At £250 then, LG's G2 Mini doesn't exactly scream good value, but it does feature the same software as the G2 as well as those innovative buttons on the rear of the device. Clearly, LG are targeting the budget market with the G2 Mini, and while £250 isn't a bargain, it's not an awful price for a device like this completely unlocked from a well-known manufacturer.
Of course, an extra £50 will get the Nexus 5 and for those genuinely looking to save on their next smartphone, Motorola's Moto G is just £120 or less in most cases. The Moto G even features the same processor and a much better, 4.5-inch 720p HD display, which is both more compact and has a better resolution than the G2 Mini. If you're looking for a little style however, the G2 Mini isn't too bad a consideration, but with the G2 about to be succeeded, we're pretty sure UK buyers will be able to get a good deal on the G2 Mini's bigger - and much better - brother. If you're interested in the G2 Mini, check out the source link below.