Specs summary

Screen
7.9"

The Apple iPad Mini 3's screen is 7.9 inches with 1536 x 2048 pixels resolution.

Processor
1.3 GHz

There is a Apple A7 Dual core 1.3 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The tablet runs on the iOS 8 (Update Available: 11) operating system (OS).

Camera
5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the tablet's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera with 1+ megapixels resolution.
Storage
16/64/128 GB

Internal memory is 16/64/128 GB. No external card slot is available for expansion.

Battery
23mAh

The tablet is powered by a Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol), 23 mAh battery. Apple's performance ratings are 30 days standby time.



Reviews summary

7.1/10AVG.
RATING
Based on 17 reviews

What's good

  • Touch ID support
  • Great battery life
  • Peppy performance
  • Apple SIM

What's bad

  • Little difference from iPad Mini 2
  • No NFC
  • Price

With the Apple iPad Mini 3, Apple once again splits the specs between the larger iPad and its smaller sibling. How does the Mini 3 compare to the rest of the small tablet offerings on the market? Let’s see how the reviews look!

The Mini 3 includes the same display as the original iPad Mini with Retina--now called the iPad Mini 2. The 2048-by-1536 7.9-inch IPS display offers bright colors, plenty of sharpness and viewing angles that only IPS can offer. While it might be the display from a previous model, TechCrunch says that it is still “one of the best tablet displays in the business.”

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In fact, this trend continues to most everything about the Mini 3. Essentially it is the iPad Mini 2 with TouchID support, Apple SIM support and new gold color option. CNet reiterated this stating, “take one look at the specs and you'll see it's déjà vu all over again for Apple's little guy.”

With a 1.27GHz 64-bit A7 processor and 1GB of RAM, the tablet is capable of most anything you want it to do. Reviews note that it multitasks with ease and plays even the latest games with no problems. A variety of storage options, from 16GB to 128GB offer plenty room for your movies, music, apps and more.

Apple’s Touch ID offers easy unlocking of the device, while support for Apple Pay will make online purchases quick and secure as well. Unfortunately, lack of NFC support means you won’t be able to use it at retail locations.

The other addition, Apple SIM, allows you to swap between various data providers without needing to change SIM cards. Currently there are a number of providers in the US and UK working with Apple. If you prefer a different carrier, there is no physical difference in SIM cards, so swap in your preferred card and you’ll be on your way.

The Mini 3 includes an estimated 10-hour mixed use battery time which was confirmed by many reviewers. Streaming HD video, Engadget achieved 14-hours of playback on a single charge.

With a 5MP rear camera and 1.2MP front camera, the tablet won’t be replacing your point-and-shoot camera anytime soon. However, reviews find that the cameras offer respectable quality for video chat and social media.

Despite positive reviews, many reviewers struggled to endorse the Mini 3 in comparison to the previous model. The Verge stated that it “feels competitive with the other small tablets on the market” but also posed the question, “How much is Touch ID worth?” PC Magazine declared “existing mini 2 owners have very little reason to upgrade.” In the end, Engadget summed up thoughts best, stating “The mini 3 got so little love this time around that the best news about it is the fact that last year's version is now $100 cheaper.”


Reviews (7.1/10 Avg. rating)


Reviewed

Nothing to complain about here

from Reviewed

It's easy to get a little steamed when a company sees fit to just sit on their laurels and push out a product without doing much to justify its expanded pricetag. And you'd be right to feel like looking elsewhere is the logical response. However, the iPad mini 3 is still a good tablet—it's just of questionable value while its older brother is on the market for less. You could even get the 32 gigabyte mini 2 for $50 less than the 16 gigabyte mini 3; it's a no-brainer if you don't care so much about the TouchID.

To be honest, Apple's been giving its larger iPad all the attention over the years, and the iPad mini seems to take an excruciatingly long time to get the attention it deserves through major updates. If you're looking for the top-of-the-line gadget, the iPad mini is almost never it. But if you're like most people, buying the base model is what you'll be doing—and you'd be throwing a C-note into the drink to get virtually nothing more than a fingerprint scanner to unlock your tablet if you buy the mini 3 over last year's model.

By most metrics, the iPad mini 3 is a solid device: its screen is fair, it's easy to use, and it has great build quality. However, Apple's refusal to change much about its tablet puts it at a decided disadvantage when it comes to giving consumers a reason to pick the latest slate on the electronics store shelf. So many new options out there are zinging by it in the Android sphere, and it's getting tougher and tougher to appeal to new customers that aren't already inside the Apple ecosystem.

To that end, anyone who's ever used a Samsung Galaxy Tab S in stores will immediately note how much better the screen is, or just how little the device lacks. Sure, we're talking about a tablet that isn't known for the same kind of software TLC that an Apple product has, but it's still around the same price. If you're looking for an Apple tablet, your choices are limited to the Air or one of the minis, but we'd posit that there's been no better time to let your eyes wander—especially in a world where you can save a lot of money by looking further afield. 

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It's easy to get a little steamed when a company sees fit to just sit on their laurels and push out a product without doing much to justify its expanded pricetag. And you'd be right to feel like looking elsewhere is the logical response. However, the iPad mini 3 is still a good tablet—it's just of questionable value while its older brother is on the market for less. You could even get the 32 gigabyte mini 2 for $50 less than the 16 gigabyte mini 3; it's a no-brainer if you don't care so much about the TouchID.

To be honest, Apple's been giving its larger iPad all the attention over the years, and the iPad mini seems to take an excruciatingly long time to get the attention it deserves through major updates. If you're looking for the top-of-the-line gadget, the iPad mini is almost never it. But if you're like most people, buying the base model is what you'll be doing—and you'd be throwing a C-note into the drink to get virtually nothing more than a fingerprint scanner to unlock your tablet if you buy the mini 3 over last year's model.

By most metrics, the iPad mini 3 is a solid device: its screen is fair, it's easy to use, and it has great build quality. However, Apple's refusal to change much about its tablet puts it at a decided disadvantage when it comes to giving consumers a reason to pick the latest slate on the electronics store shelf. So many new options out there are zinging by it in the Android sphere, and it's getting tougher and tougher to appeal to new customers that aren't already inside the Apple ecosystem.

To that end, anyone who's ever used a Samsung Galaxy Tab S in stores will immediately note how much better the screen is, or just how little the device lacks. Sure, we're talking about a tablet that isn't known for the same kind of software TLC that an Apple product has, but it's still around the same price. If you're looking for an Apple tablet, your choices are limited to the Air or one of the minis, but we'd posit that there's been no better time to let your eyes wander—especially in a world where you can save a lot of money by looking further afield. 

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Geek Squad

A surefire contender for the best small tablet currently on the market

from Geek Squad

I have no doubt that that iPad mini 3 is one of, if not the, best small tablet on the market and I would highly recommend it to anyone. There is, however, one issue and that is the iPad mini 2. While the mini 3 is available in larger storage sizes, the base 16 GB model iPad mini 3 is EXACTLY the same as the 16GB iPad mini 2 with the exception of the addition of Touch ID. This is the only difference and it makes it very difficult to justify the £80 price difference between the two models. You would really have to hate typing in the odd password to justify spending so much more on the mini 3 over the mini 2.

However, if you need more than 32 GB of storage space then the 64GB or 128GB iPad mini 3 is definitely worth considering. Yes, it is expensive when compared to its Android rivals but, in my opinion at least, the user experience and build quality is so much nicer with an iPad that it justifies the higher price.

Overall then, if you are a power user who requires loads of storage and want the best tablet user experience around, then the iPad mini 3 is an excellent choice. On the other hand, if you’re just looking for a great tablet and don’t need so much storage, save the £80 and get the iPad mini 2. 

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I have no doubt that that iPad mini 3 is one of, if not the, best small tablet on the market and I would highly recommend it to anyone. There is, however, one issue and that is the iPad mini 2. While the mini 3 is available in larger storage sizes, the base 16 GB model iPad mini 3 is EXACTLY the same as the 16GB iPad mini 2 with the exception of the addition of Touch ID. This is the only difference and it makes it very difficult to justify the £80 price difference between the two models. You would really have to hate typing in the odd password to justify spending so much more on the mini 3 over the mini 2.

However, if you need more than 32 GB of storage space then the 64GB or 128GB iPad mini 3 is definitely worth considering. Yes, it is expensive when compared to its Android rivals but, in my opinion at least, the user experience and build quality is so much nicer with an iPad that it justifies the higher price.

Overall then, if you are a power user who requires loads of storage and want the best tablet user experience around, then the iPad mini 3 is an excellent choice. On the other hand, if you’re just looking for a great tablet and don’t need so much storage, save the £80 and get the iPad mini 2. 

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PC Pro

Still as alluring as ever - the old model is better value, though

from PC Pro

It seems ungrateful to gripe about the iPad mini 3: Apple has added Touch ID without bumping the price upwards, and the £399 and £479 models now deliver twice the storage of the previous generation.

The glaring issue is that Apple has shot itself in the foot by reducing the price of the iPad mini 2, which is now a mere £239 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model, and only £279 for the 32GB model. Given that the only difference between the two is Touch ID and a new, gold finish, we can see why Apple swept the iPad mini 3 under the carpet in its recent announcements. Its only real achievement is to have made the iPad mini 2 look better than ever.

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It seems ungrateful to gripe about the iPad mini 3: Apple has added Touch ID without bumping the price upwards, and the £399 and £479 models now deliver twice the storage of the previous generation.

The glaring issue is that Apple has shot itself in the foot by reducing the price of the iPad mini 2, which is now a mere £239 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model, and only £279 for the 32GB model. Given that the only difference between the two is Touch ID and a new, gold finish, we can see why Apple swept the iPad mini 3 under the carpet in its recent announcements. Its only real achievement is to have made the iPad mini 2 look better than ever.

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PhoneArena

Very snappy with its performance but no notable changes with the hardware

from PhoneArena

As we try to think dearly about Apple’s intent with the iPad mini 3, we’re still having trouble rationalizing the reasoning behind its $400 cost. In all fairness, it’s a pricey investment considering that the only notable new addition is the Touch ID fingerprint sensor – while the rest of the tablet largely remains the same. In fact, it sport’s the same Retina Display, iSight camera, and processor of its predecessor, which of course, is still quite a formidable thing, especially for something that’s now attached with a $300 cost.

Sure, there’s now a gold colored option to select from, but the iPad 3 lacks any meaningful changes to warrant the upgrade – more so if you’re holding onto the iPad mini 2. Beyond that, we can’t forget to think about Apple’s other tablet, the iPad Air 2, which seems more valuable with its starting price of $500.  

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As we try to think dearly about Apple’s intent with the iPad mini 3, we’re still having trouble rationalizing the reasoning behind its $400 cost. In all fairness, it’s a pricey investment considering that the only notable new addition is the Touch ID fingerprint sensor – while the rest of the tablet largely remains the same. In fact, it sport’s the same Retina Display, iSight camera, and processor of its predecessor, which of course, is still quite a formidable thing, especially for something that’s now attached with a $300 cost.

Sure, there’s now a gold colored option to select from, but the iPad 3 lacks any meaningful changes to warrant the upgrade – more so if you’re holding onto the iPad mini 2. Beyond that, we can’t forget to think about Apple’s other tablet, the iPad Air 2, which seems more valuable with its starting price of $500.  

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iMore

An even better tablet for anyone who values portability over power

from iMore

The iPad mini 3 is nothing more than an iPad mini 2 with Touch ID and Apple Pay, a gold option, and cheaper 64GB and 128GB models. Whether you're looking to buy your first iPad or upgrading from a previous model, the iPad mini 3’s enticement factor will depend entirely on how much you value Touch ID or want gold or more storage, all in that 7.9-inch form factor.

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The iPad mini 3 is nothing more than an iPad mini 2 with Touch ID and Apple Pay, a gold option, and cheaper 64GB and 128GB models. Whether you're looking to buy your first iPad or upgrading from a previous model, the iPad mini 3’s enticement factor will depend entirely on how much you value Touch ID or want gold or more storage, all in that 7.9-inch form factor.

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Recombu

Still great, now with more storage options and Touch ID

from Recombu

We're in a quandary of sorts here.

The Apple iPad Mini 3 is a fantastic tablet. and we'd happily use it every day. It's great for watching movies, getting creative, playing games, staying connected with your mates and everything else you'd possibly want a tablet for.

But for £80 less you can buy the iPad Mini 2, which is basically the same device except without that TouchID fingerprint scanner. So obviously we'd instruct you to do just that, unless you're in dire need of more than 32GB of storage space, especially since TouchID adds very little.

To make it perfectly explicit, this isn't the iPad Mini 3. It isn't even the iPad Mini 2.5. It's the iPad Mini 2.05 and that makes it difficult to recommend.

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We're in a quandary of sorts here.

The Apple iPad Mini 3 is a fantastic tablet. and we'd happily use it every day. It's great for watching movies, getting creative, playing games, staying connected with your mates and everything else you'd possibly want a tablet for.

But for £80 less you can buy the iPad Mini 2, which is basically the same device except without that TouchID fingerprint scanner. So obviously we'd instruct you to do just that, unless you're in dire need of more than 32GB of storage space, especially since TouchID adds very little.

To make it perfectly explicit, this isn't the iPad Mini 3. It isn't even the iPad Mini 2.5. It's the iPad Mini 2.05 and that makes it difficult to recommend.

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Pocket-lint

A tablet that struggles to find its place

from Pocket-lint

Put simply the iPad mini 3 demands an extra £80 for TouchID and the option to choose the gold colour finish. That's a significant premium over the iPad mini 2, which is the better buy. If you like the idea of the iPad mini's sub-8-inch screen size then last year's model is still the one to go for.

By not updating the third-generation iPad mini more considerately, Apple has created a device that is neither top-of-the-tree in terms of power, nor does it offer enough of a pull against the increasing competition. There's some argument that the iPad mini line doesn't need to offer the top-spec power, but until its price point aligns with that concept the mini 3 doesn't make loads of sense. TouchID is also a nicety for device access, but until we see how Apple Pay takes off in the UK it's true value is an unknown entity.

We can only think that the iPad mini was so successful that Apple realised it drove down the overall cost people were paying for an iPad, and therefore hit the bottom line in the company's accounts. By forcing you to choose between power or budget - newcomers and early adopters will go bigger with the iPad Air 2, savvy budget buyers the iPad mini 2 - Apple has effectively raised the entry price point for customers once again.

However, the iPad mini 3 is still a great device built on the strong foundations of last year's model. But it's not isolated in a vacuum and is the victim of its own circumstance. The world continues to move on, and for many this particular iPad will be an anomaly that struggles to find its place. 

Read full review

Put simply the iPad mini 3 demands an extra £80 for TouchID and the option to choose the gold colour finish. That's a significant premium over the iPad mini 2, which is the better buy. If you like the idea of the iPad mini's sub-8-inch screen size then last year's model is still the one to go for.

By not updating the third-generation iPad mini more considerately, Apple has created a device that is neither top-of-the-tree in terms of power, nor does it offer enough of a pull against the increasing competition. There's some argument that the iPad mini line doesn't need to offer the top-spec power, but until its price point aligns with that concept the mini 3 doesn't make loads of sense. TouchID is also a nicety for device access, but until we see how Apple Pay takes off in the UK it's true value is an unknown entity.

We can only think that the iPad mini was so successful that Apple realised it drove down the overall cost people were paying for an iPad, and therefore hit the bottom line in the company's accounts. By forcing you to choose between power or budget - newcomers and early adopters will go bigger with the iPad Air 2, savvy budget buyers the iPad mini 2 - Apple has effectively raised the entry price point for customers once again.

However, the iPad mini 3 is still a great device built on the strong foundations of last year's model. But it's not isolated in a vacuum and is the victim of its own circumstance. The world continues to move on, and for many this particular iPad will be an anomaly that struggles to find its place. 

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Mashable

The iPad mini 3 has arrived with Touch ID, but not much else

from Mashable

The iPad mini 3 is by no means a bad tablet. In fact, it's a rather great one, but it's a bit of a rotten deal. We'd find it difficult to recommend buying the iPad mini 3 when the iPad mini 2 is available for £80 less and is almost exactly the same, and the hugely more powerful and impressive iPad Air 2 is just £80 more....

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The iPad mini 3 is by no means a bad tablet. In fact, it's a rather great one, but it's a bit of a rotten deal. We'd find it difficult to recommend buying the iPad mini 3 when the iPad mini 2 is available for £80 less and is almost exactly the same, and the hugely more powerful and impressive iPad Air 2 is just £80 more.

The only reason to buy the iPad mini 3 over the other iPads available is if you're set on a 7.9in screen, are desperate for a gold model and you think you can't live without the Touch ID. If that's you then you won't be disappointed by this tablet, but a new processor and some other spec upgrades would have certainly have been appreciated.

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PC Magazine

A superb small-screen tablet

from PC Magazine

The Apple iPad mini 3 is a superb small-screen tablet, but the modest upgrades, combined with a healthy discount for last year's nearly identical model, make it difficult to recommend wholeheartedly. The mini 2 is 25 percent less expensive than the mini 3, and I can't make a strong case for Touch ID or Apple SIM warranting the $100 premium. The two new features are convenient, but ultimately expendable. The iPad has always been about the apps, and the app experience between the mini 2 and mini 3 will be largely the same.

If this year's iPad stratification is the new normal, that means Apple no longer makes one tablet in two sizes, but now has two distinct classes of iPad. The iPad mini is the smaller, value-driven option. To that end, the iPad mini 2 offers much better value than the mini 3. 

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The Apple iPad mini 3 is a superb small-screen tablet, but the modest upgrades, combined with a healthy discount for last year's nearly identical model, make it difficult to recommend wholeheartedly. The mini 2 is 25 percent less expensive than the mini 3, and I can't make a strong case for Touch ID or Apple SIM warranting the $100 premium. The two new features are convenient, but ultimately expendable. The iPad has always been about the apps, and the app experience between the mini 2 and mini 3 will be largely the same.

If this year's iPad stratification is the new normal, that means Apple no longer makes one tablet in two sizes, but now has two distinct classes of iPad. The iPad mini is the smaller, value-driven option. To that end, the iPad mini 2 offers much better value than the mini 3. 

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Pocket-lint

A tablet that struggles to find its place

from Pocket-lint

Put simply the iPad mini 3 demands an extra £80 for TouchID and the option to choose the gold colour finish. That's a significant premium over the iPad mini 2, which is the better buy. If you like the idea of the iPad mini's sub-8-inch screen size then last year's model is still the one to go for.

By not updating the third-generation iPad mini more considerately, Apple has created a device that is neither top-of-the-tree in terms of power, nor does it offer enough of a pull against the increasing competition. There's some argument that the iPad mini line doesn't need to offer the top-spec power, but until its price point aligns with that concept the mini 3 doesn't make loads of sense. TouchID is also a nicety for device access, but until we see how Apple Pay takes off in the UK it's true value is an unknown entity.

We can only think that the iPad mini was so successful that Apple realised it drove down the overall cost people were paying for an iPad, and therefore hit the bottom line in the company's accounts. By forcing you to choose between power or budget - newcomers and early adopters will go bigger with the iPad Air 2, savvy budget buyers the iPad mini 2 - Apple has effectively raised the entry price point for customers once again.

However, the iPad mini 3 is still a great device built on the strong foundations of last year's model. But it's not isolated in a vacuum and is the victim of its own circumstance. The world continues to move on, and for many this particular iPad will be an anomaly that struggles to find its place. 

Read full review

Put simply the iPad mini 3 demands an extra £80 for TouchID and the option to choose the gold colour finish. That's a significant premium over the iPad mini 2, which is the better buy. If you like the idea of the iPad mini's sub-8-inch screen size then last year's model is still the one to go for.

By not updating the third-generation iPad mini more considerately, Apple has created a device that is neither top-of-the-tree in terms of power, nor does it offer enough of a pull against the increasing competition. There's some argument that the iPad mini line doesn't need to offer the top-spec power, but until its price point aligns with that concept the mini 3 doesn't make loads of sense. TouchID is also a nicety for device access, but until we see how Apple Pay takes off in the UK it's true value is an unknown entity.

We can only think that the iPad mini was so successful that Apple realised it drove down the overall cost people were paying for an iPad, and therefore hit the bottom line in the company's accounts. By forcing you to choose between power or budget - newcomers and early adopters will go bigger with the iPad Air 2, savvy budget buyers the iPad mini 2 - Apple has effectively raised the entry price point for customers once again.

However, the iPad mini 3 is still a great device built on the strong foundations of last year's model. But it's not isolated in a vacuum and is the victim of its own circumstance. The world continues to move on, and for many this particular iPad will be an anomaly that struggles to find its place. 

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Full Specs

Overview
Release date October 24, 2014
Regions available USA, Canada, United Kindom, India
Networks
No cellular data
variations
SIM card Nano-SIM
Dual SIM No
Operating System iOS 8 (Update Available: 11)

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Secondary OS No
Processor Apple A7 Dual core 1.3 GHz
Internal Flash Memory 16/64/128 GB
RAM 1 GB
ROM No
GPS Type A-GPS
Digital compass Yes
Flightmode Yes
Hearing Aid Compatible No
TTY/TDD No
SAR Body: 1.18 W/kg
Languages English
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Accessories Included Data Cable, Manual, USB Power Adapter
Power & battery
Type Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol)
Battery Capacity 23 mAh
Removable Battery No
Wireless Charging No
Fast Charging No
Battery Charge Time 4 hours
Video Playback Time 10 hours
Wi-Fi Surfing Time 10 hours
3G Surfing Time 9 hours
4G Surfing Time 9 hours
Reading Time Unknown
Standby Time 30 days
Physical Characteristics
Material Aluminium
Colors Silver, Gold, Space Gray
Dimensions [H x W x D] 20.0 x 13.5 x 0.7 cm (7.9 x 5.3 x 0.3 in)
Weight 331 grams
Water Resistant / Waterproof Unknown
Rugged design No
IP Rating No
Display / Screen
Type Color
Technology LCD (IPS)
Colors 16.7 million
Resolution 1536 x 2048 pixels
Pixel density 326 pixels
Size 7.9 inches
3D No
Sensors Proximity, Motion / Accelerometer, Gyroscope
Graphics Yes
Themes No
Backlit Illumination Yes
Zoom / Magnification Yes
Screen Orientation Lock Yes
Multi-Touch Yes
Fingerprint-Resistant Coating Yes
Additional Display Features Capacitive touch screen
Input / Navigation
Touchscreen Yes
Sleep / Wake Key Yes
Home Key Yes
Mute Key No
Predictive Text Entry Yes
Physical keyboard No
Text-to-Speech Yes
Screen Reader Yes
Keypad/Screen Lock Yes
External Volume Control Yes
Fingerprint Sensor No
Call Management
Wi-Fi Calling Unknown
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Unknown
Contact List Capacity Depends on system memory
Multiple Numbers Per Contact Email address, Other fields
Contact Groups Yes
Web / Email / Messaging
Web Browser Yes
Email Client Yes
Email Protocols POP3, IMAP, SMTP, Microsoft Exchange
Additional Email Features -
Messaging No
Connectivity
USB Yes
USB OTG Support No
Infrared No
Bluetooth 4.0
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n
WiFi Encryption No
Mobile Hotspot Yes
WiMAX No
Memory Expansion Slot No
Expansion Slot Info No
PC Synchronization Yes
TV Out Yes
DLNA Support No
NFC No
Camera
Main Camera
Aperture
Unknown
Resolution
5+ megapixels
Dual lens
No
Zoom
Yes
Flash
No
Additional Rear Camera Info
Auto focus, Face detection, Geotagging, Image stabilization, Self-timer, HDR, Exposure
Video Recording Formats
3GP / 3GPP, H.264 / AVC, MPEG-4, AVI
Video Recording Parameters
Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels)
Front Camera
Resolution
1+ megapixels
Zoom
Additional Front Camera Info
Face detection, Geotagging, Panorama
Video Recording Parameters
Audio / Video
Audio Playback Yes
Audio Formats MP3, eAAC+, AAC+, AAC, Apple Lossless, WAV
Radio No
Video Playback Yes
Video Playback Formats 3GP / 3GPP, H.264 / AVC, MPEG-4, AVI
Mobile TV No
Streaming Video Yes
External Speakers Yes
Headset Jack 3.5mm
Custom Ringtones Yes
Vibration Alert Yes
Apps
To-Do / Task List Yes
Calendar Yes
World Clock Yes
Alarm Yes
Stop Watch Yes
Timer Yes
Calculator Yes
Currency Converter No
Document Viewer Yes
Viewable document types DOC, DOCX, GIF, HTML, JPG, PDF, PPT, PPTX, RTF, TIFF, TXT, XLS
Weather Yes
Stocks No
Maps Yes
NotePad Yes
Voice Memos / Recorder Yes
Games Downloadable
Apps Downloadable
Included Software / Apps -
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Additional comments Fingerprint identity sensor built into the Home button
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