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HTC One Mini And One Max Listed ON Inventory At O2 Germany

News   •   Jul 08, 2013 13:05 BST

A number of impressive smartphone models have already been released in 2013, with one of the most notable being the HTC One. It is the company's latest flagship device, and has already gained a reputation as being one of the most impressive devices on the market, along with clocking up millions of sales.

Perhaps the most impressive attribute of the HTC One is its design and construction. While most smartphone models continue to utilise plastic casings, the HTC One sports an eye catching and durable aluminium chassis, setting it apart from the competition. Of course, it offer plenty of other impressive specifications like a 1080p display, 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, 4 Ultrapixel camera and Android Jellybean operating system.

Following the success of the HTC One, in recent weeks there have been plenty of rumours about some new variants of the Taiwanese manufacturer's flagship model hitting the market. These include the HTC One Max, which is expected to be a phablet handset, which will of course boast a much larger touchscreen. Additionally, the HTC One Mini has been a hot topic, and is expected to be a smaller version but with a more affordable price tag. Both devices are expected to utilise a similar aluminium chassis to the original HTC One. For the latest HTC One Mini rumours, visit our website where you can also find the cheapest HTC One contract prices in the UK.

We are still awaiting an official announcement of both devices from the manufacturer, but new evidence has been revealed by Pocket-Lint. The website has reported that the leaked document from O2 Germany has been revealed, posting a number rumoured but unreleased smartphone models, including the HTC One Mini and the HTC One Max. The document does to include release dates, but the fact that the list features model numbers suggests that the company is gearing up to launch both devices in the near future.

It is often the case that a new smartphone model will be released across major European markets simultaneously, so this will hopefully point to the phones becoming available in the UK very soon.