Samsung's Finnish website has seemingly let slip that the company is working on a mini version of its brand new flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5, which was released earlier this year to much critical acclaim.
Eagle-eyed internetters spotted that the company's scandanavian site had added a new support page for a previously unknown device, codenamed the SM-G800. This device is believed by many within the industry to be the rumoured Galaxy S5 Mini, and the page is pointing at that information being accurate.
Although specs have yet to be officially confirmed by Samsung it's looking likely that we can expect a 4.5" device (which, let's be honest, is far from "mini") featuring 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, an 8MP front facing camera and a standard 2,100mAh battery, while reports have long been claiming that it'll feature the same water resistant chassis as its bigger sibling.
Website T3 is also speculating that the S5 Mini could be released under a different name, not tying it to the main S5 device.