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More HTC One Mini Pictures and Spec Details Leaked

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With a launch of the One Mini from HTC rumored to be penciled in for sometime this summer, we have yet to hear anything official from the company. Thanks to the Internet leakers, we pretty much know every detail of the device, except for which carriers it will end up on. A new set of specifications have been leaked onto the web, highlighted by the One Mini’s UltraPixel (4.1MP) back-facing camera, Android 4.2.2 and a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor. 

In addition, AnTuTu benchmarks reveal the device’s 4.3″ 720p display, sporting a resolution of 720 x 1280. The One Mini also comes with 1GB of RAM, a 1.6MP front-facing camera and HTC’s beloved BoomSound speakers. No official word on if they rock as hard as the bigger One’s speakers though.

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If the One Mini ends up on the carrier of your choice, do you plan on picking one up?

Via: Android Next

  • TheSimpleTruth

    This could make me ditch my IPhone5 and finally return me to the realm of Android. Finally, an aesthetically pleasing phone that isn’t massive. Hopefully the screen and camera don’t suck!

  • ßen Murphy

    Why?

  • chris420o

    id be interested in a phone this size but i cant see why anyone would put less then 2gigs of ram in an android phone anymore…i mean just look at your running apps ram is ALWAYS full bc android doesnt handle that so well and has a lot of background processes…i hate hanging so f that 1 gig….but its an interesting device i mean since i got my n7 i dont really want a big phone i rather a smaller one if i wanna watch a movie or show ill tether to my n7 days of watching netflix on my phone are long gone

  • Dfigs23

    This phone needed to be released months ago, I’m not sure that the 1 GB of RAM will be enough in the long run but the form factor and target market is great.

  • trwb

    I use to think 1gb of ram was enough, but with these carrier skinned phones and newer versions of android it definitely is not.

  • Alex

    I honestly don’t understand why manufacturers always downgrade the specs so much just because the phone has a smaller screen size! What gives?

    • JohnBergman

      My guess is that generally a smaller screen size means a smaller phone body. A smaller body naturally means a smaller battery. So, they probably calculate the battery life to be unacceptable with the high specs, and therefore downgrade the phone’s internals to improve battery life.

    • malcmilli

      less sales potential… also generally i think if the phone is going to sell 1/20th of what your flagship sells, and you aren’t expecting it to be supported but for so long, then you won’t want to cough up the extra costs for a high end processor.

      • michael arazan

        So this will be on sale at verizon just after holidays I’d assume

  • sagisarius

    I’m considering it… I have a 4.7 inch phone now, and I’d really like to move back to something around 4.3… it seems to be just the difference between annoying size, and right size for me.

  • Butters619

    So. Much. Bezel.

    • SemahjLam

      because of the speakers

      • Butters619

        The speakers definitely add the majority, but there is still a solid amount of space between the allumium and the display.

  • Kyle Miller

    The HTC One is not a big phone. I’m not sure this one is needed.

  • BRIM

    “Mini” and it’s only 1 CM shorter of the already massive HTC One.

    Not sure what’s taking HTC long to release this.