The LG G2 mini was unveiled back in February, but we're still waiting for it become available to buy.
LG have now confirmed that the compact smartphone will be available in Russia in April. That'll be followed by a launch in Europe, Africa and Asia - so it's possible it could be summertime before it lands in the UK.
Various versions of the LG G2 mini will be available including both 3G and 4G models, as well as single and dual-SIM variants. Presumably, when the smartphone does hit the UK we'll get the single SIM 4G LTE version.
A number of European retailers (not in the UK) have put LG's smartphone up for pre-order and the prices translate to around £300. But what do you get for your hard-earned cash?
The LG G2 mini has a 4.7-inch display running at a resolution of 960*540 pixels and adopts a very similar design to the LG G2, including the rear-facing volume rocker. It's powered by either a Snapdragon 400 or Nvidia Tegra 4i quad-core 1.2GHz processors backed up by 1GB of RAM.
Android KitKat comes pre-loaded and it has an 8 mega-pixel camera with LED Flash and 8GB of on-board memory (with microSD support). You can choose between Black, White, Red and Champagne Gold colours
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