Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini available in stores this weekend, costs £365

Jordan O'Brien
June 28, 2013

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini’s will finally go on sale on on Saturday, a full two months after its bigger brother.

It will arrive in a variety of places, with Unlocked Mobiles and Handtec both offering the device SIM-free and unlocked at £365 and £390 respectively.

Larger retailers aren’t yet offering the smartphone in their stores, but Phones 4U says they are going to begin offering the phone on contract on Monday.

All the networks are also throwing their weight behind the S4 Mini, after the runaway success of its predecessor, the Galaxy S3 Mini.

If you want to get the phone on contract, then there’s several options with O2, EE and Three offering the phone for free on certain plans.

The Galaxy S4 Mini comes with 4G LTE, so evidently the only network you can currently use 4G on is EE — who is also throwing in a free Galaxy Tab 2 for those of you who order the S4 Mini.

If you don’t want a Galaxy S4 or an S4 mini, then you’re not out of luck, as Samsung seem very fond of the brand, announcing two other variants, the S4 Zoom and S4 Active.

The S4 Zoom got its first pricing last week with retailer Handtec claiming the device will set you back £470.

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