Indian import data site Zauba has become a source for many news sites for tracking upcoming devices. From Nokia to Samsung and other brands, almost all companies' products gets listed in the site as they are sent to India for testing purposes.
Now the latest one that has come to our notice is a new product from Samsung. However, the model name is not quite a familiar one to us but it could possible be the mini variant of the company's latest Galaxy S5 smartphone which just got unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2014 last week. The SM-G870a is the model number we are talking about right now.
According to GalaxyClub.nl, it's possible the SM-G870 could be the Galaxy S5 mini, as the ratio of its price compared to the Galaxy S5 is similar to that between the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 mini from last year.
But the Galaxy S5 Mini is not a new device as it has been spoken of earlier. In fact, the device was reportedly said to be in works before the Galaxy S5 was announced. The specs of the device have not been mentioned so far but rumors suggest that the mini variant of the Galaxy S5 might come with a Super AMOLED display and it would also run on Android 4.4 KitKat OS. And talking about its availability, the S5 mini is expected to be unveiled sometime in June.
Also there are not much details on the specs of the device as of now. But we will let you know more as soon as we get further information.