HTC One Mini Launched

HTC One Mini

HTC One Mini

After hearing rumors about it for some time, HTC has finally confirmed the existence of its latest smartphone: a smaller version of its flagship HTC One. The HTC One Mini sports a 4.3-inch screen with 720p resolution, dual-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, and 16GB of storage.

And it won’t be the mini version of the HTC One if the smartphone does not have the ultrapixel camera at the back (although the optical image stabilization is no more) and the front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers.

HTC One Mini

The HTC One Mini also comes with LTE support and a 1800mAh battery, which the company claims can provide enough juice for 20.7 hours of talk time on GSM (13.3 hours for WCDMA). The Android Jelly Bean-powered smartphone is encased in an aluminum enclosure at the back and polycarbonate material at the sides and front edges. Judging by its specs, the device comes obviously less empowered compared to the HTC One (pictured above, right). That flagship device has two times the RAM power, bigger storage space (your choice of 32GB and 64GB), and a quad-core 1.7GHz processor on board.

Nevertheless, the HTC One Mini could be worth your pocket if the predecessor is too bulky for you. The latest smartphone from HTC, which comes in black or silver, will be available to “select markets” starting August, rolling out globally the month after.

Source: Mashable

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