After months of rumors, HTC has just formalize the HTC One mini device with 4.3-inch screen which will be available in September.
On Thursday HTC unveiled its new device, a “mini” version of the One. A device is running on Android 4.2.2, with a screen of 4.3 inches and resolution of 720p, where the standard HTC One features a 4.7-inch screen and a full HD display.
For the rest, there is a double-heart processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a battery of 1800 mAh. HTC Mini One therefore has revised down from HTC One specifications. Still some similarities between the two smartphones exist: their is Ultrapixel 4 MP sensor, which works with Zoe application, their aluminum hull and the Sense 5.0 overlay. We also note that HTC One mini does not have NFC chip, unlike the One.
The device will be available in Europe at the end of September, priced at 449 euros, excluding operator subsidies. Released in April, the HTC One was then offered around 650 euros, but its price has fallen since tens of euros at some dealers.