New, clear images of HTC One Mini surface

New, clear images of HTC One Mini surface

From last few weeks, we have heard a lot about the upcoming HTC mid-range smartphone and a cheap alternative of the HTC One, the HTC One Mini. As reported by DigiTimes, it will be launched somewhere in Q3, also few images of it were leaked in past as well. Today, we got some new and clear images of the One Mini along with some more details.

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The specs that are rumored are: 4.3-inch 720×1280 display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and it will be running on Android 4.2.2, as the flagship version i.e. HTC One also received the update as well. The sources said that the phone is fast, and it takes good photos; just like the One. The device is almost around the corner and right now carriers are testing it and retailers are getting the early sample.
htc-one-mini-black-3The smartphones is really identical to the One, and I am sure it will make an amazing and cheap alternative to it. Are you waiting for the HTC One Mini? If yes then tell us about it in the comment box below.

via: PhoneArena

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6 Comments

  1. Ashley Glover
    July 05, 14:00 Reply

    I am hoping that it has a IR blaster and NFC but I doubt that very much. Just waiting for release date and price.

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