It has been widely reported that HTC is planning to launch a scaled-down version of its flagship HTC One smartphone. Engadget has posted an image which it claims as the HTC One mini next to the full-sized One smartphone.
The HTC One Mini is likely to be a nearly identical replica to the current flagship, but with a 4.3-inch screen rather than 4.7 inches, and a 720p display instead of a 1080p. The processor will be a 1.4GHz dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor and it is going to be equipped with an Ultrapixel rear camera. The Mini is expected to have a dual-core and the storage will peak at about 16GB.
Like HTC’s larger smartphone, which BGR called one the best designed Android devices of all time, the mini will feature an all-metal body, front-facing speakers and run Sense 5 atop Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Bloomberg reported earlier this week that the HTC One mini will be available in the U.S. in August.