There have been tonnes of HTC One Mini rumours over the past few months but nothing in the way of an official announcement, that was until today. HTC have announced the HTC One Mini a smaller device which packs a 4.3″ 720p display amongst other things – think the HTC One, but smaller.
HTC have announced that the HTC One Mini will be rolling out to selected markets from August and expect to have the handset roll out globally by September. Available in both Glacial Silver and Stealth Black the HTC One Mini keeps it’s older siblings aluminium unibody and is packed with all of the same features the HTC One boasts such as the BlinkFeed, HTC Zoe, and HTC BoomSound.
Under the hood the HTC One Mini has a 1.4GHz dual-core processor Snapdragon 400, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of non-expandable storage. Unlike its older sibling it comes without NFC and IR features. You’ll be pleased to read that the HTC One Mini comes with the same Ultrapixel camera too.
At a glance the HTC One Mini looks no different to the HTC One, but side by side the Mini is, well, mini compared. The HTC One Mini also comes with a slight bezel around the edge compared to the all black screen on the HTC One. HTC have changed a few things with the HTC One Mini but essentially the experience is exactly the same.
Be on the look out for a hands-on video and review coming some time next week!