HTC One mini announced

HTC has officially unveiled the HTC One Mini, a smaller version of the HTC One

July 18, 2013
HTC One mini

HTC has officially unveiled the HTC One mini – a smaller version of the company’s HTC One smartphone.

The HTC One mini features a 4.3-inch 720p HD display, which is slightly smaller than the HTC One’s 4.7-inch screen.

The HTC mini has a narrow build, which the company said is aimed at convenient single-handed operation.

On the hardware side, the HTC One mini has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, dual core 1.4GHz CPU, and 1GB RAM. It also sports built-in amps and dual stereo speakers.

The device supports many connectivity methods, including 2G, 3G, LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wi-Fi.

The HTC One mini has an HTC UltraPixel Camera, which allows for 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR Video.

The device also has a 1.6MP front facing camera which supports 720p video recording.

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