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HTC One Mini 2 Headed to Verizon as “One Remix”

Yesterday, word of a One Remix device from HTC was making the rounds, with additional info now hitting the web. Thanks to @evleaks, who is usually spot on with his leaks, claims that the One Remix is a branded One Mini 2 that is headed for Verizon’s network. 

No additional details, especially ones pertaining to a release time, are currently available. With the One Mini 2 now official as of last night, we know the device features a 4.5″ HD display, 13MP rear-facing camera, is powered by a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, and comes running Android 4.4 “Kit Kat” with Sense 6 on top.

Why Big Red needs a rebranded variant of the One Mini 2, we don’t exactly know, but with HTC releasing zero information for a North America launch of the device, this is better than nothing.

If it does indeed land on Verizon, are you picking one up?

Via: @evleaks
  • RoadsterHD1

    At least the Droid Mini has 2 gig of RAM.

  • RoadsterHD1

    1 gig of RAM. that’s to bad.

  • BoFiS

    Excellent news, now if only the Z1 Compact or Z2 Compact (A2??) would come to Verizon/the US that would be fantastic and we’d actually have some decent compact phones for once

    • calculatorwatch

      I’ve given up on Sony growing the balls to start releasing phones in the US. I just hope their compact models sell really well overseas so that other OEMs get the picture.

  • Knlegend1

    So lets address this elephant in the room. 13 MP rear facing camera…I wonder will it be any good.

    • arthur2142

      That’s exactly what I was thinking. Why put a seemingly better camera in a lower quality device than the M8?

  • Dave

    What about the 2014 All New HTC One M8 2 Mini MaXX? Didn’t the old Motorola pull this ordeal with a new device every couple weeks?

  • Rob

    I was a little bit let down. I was hoping it would be something like the HK version that Sprint offers (or will soon offer). Just not a fan of mini devices, especially when they’re barely smaller than their counterpart.

  • LosttsoL

    If they’d remix a little more RAM into it it, I’d think about getting it.

  • LionStone

    Yep, this is the girls new phone!

  • PuddinTang

    Renamed?? What happened to HTC’s new clout with carriers due to the HTC One M7/M8??

  • Cael

    HTC Incredible One would have been a better name…

  • maxx1987


  • The Narrator

    the remix is that they added a bunch of logos.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    “Why Big Red needs a rebranded variant of the One Mini 2, we don’t exactly know” . . . . you know why Tim. Because One Mini 2 is a stupid name. Verizon must right this wrong

    • Justtyn Hutcheson

      Agreed. But “One Remix” isn’t really all that much better.

      Though at least it breaks the expectation that it is simply a smaller version of the M8. Because, let’s be real, this isn’t even close.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio


    • gambit07

      Haha, you wouldn’t happen to be referencing an Aesop Rock opener would you?

  • TopXKiller
  • Jeremy Gentry

    if you remix a remix, it goes back to normal

    • nkd

      not necessarily. You would have to unremix it and then it would be back to normal. LOL

    • p4

      I miss mr hedberg

      • Jeremy Gentry

        me too, once of the funniest guys of all time

        • p4

          He was my favorite comedian .. He was in town a few days before he died, and I couldnt make the show .. I’m still kicking myself to this day