Verizon Galaxy S4 mini leaks with home button branding in tow, AT&T model shown with pink paint jobAlex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
Samsung Galaxy S 4 mini, carrier unknown pic.twitter.com/nS4qipy2No— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 11, 2013
Just a day after images of a Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 mini variant leaked out, the shrunken smartphone has now surfaced in even more flavors. Prolific leaker @evleaks has shared press renders of Verizon and AT&T-branded Galaxy S4 minis, and while the specs of each model are likely the same, these two units each have their a unique cosmetic feature to help them stand out.
First up is the Verizon version of the Galaxy S4 mini, which first leaked back in August. It looks like the device decided to go out and get itself a new tattoo since then, as the Galaxy S4 mini that's shown in today's render features Verizon branding on its home button that wasn't there in previously. Verizon made waves in 2012 when it decided to brand the home button of the Galaxy Note II, but since then the carrier has released the Galaxy S 4 and Galaxy Note 3 without any button logos, making this Galaxy S4 mini's tattoo a bit of a surprise.
So just what did AT&T do to its Galaxy S4 mini to make it special? Paint it pink. As you can see below, the AT&T-branded Galaxy S4 mini is covered in a very bright shade of pink, a color that's quite a bit different than the black and white Galaxy S4 mini models that we've seen to date.
Rounding out today's string of Samsung leaks, we go from a mini smartphone to a Mega. A third image posted by @evleaks shows the Sprint version of the Galaxy Mega. Sprint confirmed in August that it planned to offer the large-screened Mega sometime in 2013, but since then the carrier has been quiet regarding its availability. While there's no new information about the device or its launch date revealed in today's leak, it's nice to get a peek at Sprint's Galaxy Mega while we wait for it to hit shelves.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 mini, in pink, for AT&T pic.twitter.com/u7X7BoBhjH— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 11, 2013
Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 for Sprint pic.twitter.com/23zb0l8FEl— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 11, 2013