Leaving apart the product leaks that take place online via sources undisclosed, another way in the technology segment the information about the unannounced product gets disclosed is via the various sites like FCC (Federal Communications Commission), Bluetooth SIG and import/export product tracking site like one in India- Zauba.
Zauba, in particular, has been one of the most important sites for tech-blogs as it gives an authentic information about the device. It basically offers information about the device or a product that are sent to India for testing purpose and others. These details not only include the specs sometimes but it also include price of the product and the number of units imported.
Today, a product that has been spotted at the same website belongs to LG. This most probably the LG G3's mini variant. The smartphone is already rumored to come in several variants of which one is tagged with model number D722. On the other hand, another website formerly reported that there is a D725 variant of the same handset which sill probably head towards the US via carrier AT&T.
According to the listing of the information in the database of Zauba, it looks like the handset will come with a 4.5-inch display, as opposed to the presumed 4.7-inch that was offered to the LG G2 mini previously. The mini varaint is likely to have an HD display rather than the full HD one.
The website database also reveals that it will come with a 5MP rear camera, 8GB of internal memory, a 2,100 mAh battery, and a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor (most likely a Snapdragon 400). Android 4.4 KitKat and LTE connectivity are also expected to be among the device's features.
It shows that LG has only sent one unit of the device to India and it's priced at Rs. 13,051 but this is most probably the prototype of the handset, thus it is likely to get some price restructuring prior to its launch.
So far, there are not much information about the availability of the LG G3 Mini but hopefully the launch might be soother than later.