HTC One mini pictures and specifications leak, reportedly packs 4.3 inch 720p display and Ultrapixel camera


The HTC One mini, or whatever HTC wants to call it, has been eagerly awaited as the smaller One device which will serve the mid-high range market, for people seeking decently sized devices. Today, it has leaked out in full glory thanks to the folks at Forte, an Estonian portal. The pictures and specifications of the supposed successor to the One S were outed, which fit in with similar mid-high range specs and lower pricing. The One mini is purportedly sized at 4.3 inches with a 720p display and sports the same 4MP UltraPixel camera like on the HTC One.

The design seems to be very similar, but with a plastic build rather than aluminium, at least from what we can notice in the leaked pictures. Either way, it seems to have high quality materials with a brushed finish on the front and a matte soft touch finish on the back. The One mini also comes with Beats Audio just like its bigger brother. The display seems to be similar to the one on the HTC 8X, and that means that the display will be stunning. Other leaked specifications include 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory and most likely Android 4.2.2. While the 2GB of RAM is slightly unbelievable, it has been the demand of the day when it comes to custom skins like HTC Sense. Considering the fact that it might run Android 4.2.2, we believe that the HTC One too will get 4.2.2 on the same day as the release of this phone.

Finally, the device is rumoured to land in August, which is a healthy two months away, but the announcement should be made sooner we assume, with a reportedly mid-high end price tag of 400 EUR, which roughly translates to around 30,000 INR. So, are you thinking of getting the HTC One mini? Let us know in the comments section below. More pictures at the source link.

Source Forte via Engadget

Author: Bharadwaj Chandramouli

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