Not to be confused with the Samsung Galaxy Mini, which was announced in February at Mobile World Congress, the Samsung Galaxy S2 Mini will have a, not so mini, 3.7-inch screen that’s bigger than the iPhone (3.5-inch).
The leaked document shows the new handset to be a “high end” device, which is due to hit the shops in April.
It will be packing a 5-megapixel camera, LED Flash, and a second VGA front-facing camera for video calling. Connectivity-wise, it will come with HSDPA and 21 HSUPA 5.76 connectivity.
Other specs listed include Android Gingerbread, GPS, Wi-Fi, and a 1.4Ghz processor.
We’ve contacted Three for a comment on the legitimacy of the document.
To save you looking up how this smartphone compares to the Mini, as revealed in Pocket-lint's hands-on play during MWC, it has a 3.14-inch touchscreen, 600MHz processor, 3-megapixel camera, and is designed to be a feature-packed intro to the world of smart devices. It comes with a coloured shell, offers access to Android market and Samsung's own services, and its 2GB of internal memory can be expanded by up to an extra 32GB via a microSD card.