When Samsung launched the Galaxy S III Mini a few months ago, most people were very disappointed because the phone was expected to have all the exciting features that the Korean company flagship smartphone had in a cheaper, and a smaller package. Instead of this, Samsung unveiled an entry level device with fewer specifications that had a higher price tag compared to what most people expected. With the unveiling of the galaxy premier, most people see it as the device that the galaxy s3 mini should have been. Announced today by Samsung, the galaxy premier does not look much different from the galaxy s III and has also a few specifications missing in an attempt to make it affordable. The device comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core TI OMAP 4470 processor that is quite fast for any applications that you may want to run on the galaxy premier. It also comes with 1 GB of RAM and has Bluetooth 4.0 with NFC communication. The screen display is about 4.65 inches which is a bit smaller than the Galaxy s III. Although it has a smaller display, it has a Super AMOLED panel that has a resolution of about 1280X720-pixel resolution. The camera for the Galaxy premier is similar to the one on the Galaxy s III that has 8 -megapixel for the rear-facing one and 1.9-megapixel for the front facing one. The galaxy premier sports Android 4.1 Jelly Bean that has Samsung’s latest Touchwiz user interface laid over the top.