The general trend among smartphone manufacturers is to launch their flagship model of the device packed with all the bells and whistles that one can think of, thereby creating a lot of hype in the process. Once the bait is taken by the market at large they would come out with the smaller version of the device. The smaller versions not only sport reduced dimension but also call for compromises to be made with the features that they come to offer. They would therefore come to be cheaper by price than the flagship model and also be lower in the performance department too.
This process appears to be occurring for the LG G2 smartphone right now. The device which had been released amidst huge fan fare a few months back has been rumored to have a smaller sibling being released shortly. Visitors at the CES 2014 event would surely view the LG G2 Mini on display there. Information about the smaller version has been noted on the net although LG has not come out with it officially. An LG device with model number LG-D410 was spotted at the GFX Benchmark site and that has been presumed to be the LG Mini.
What can be noted about the specifications of the LG G2 Mini is its processor being a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip clocking at 1.2 GHz. The screen resolution is 540 x 960 pixel though the OS will be Android Kikat 4.4 KitKat.
More details would only be received when the device is officially launched possibly at the CES 2014 to be held at Las Vegas in the coming month.