The HTC One Mini, the smaller version of the HTC One (click here for more on the HTC One), has been leaked.
The leak comes to us courtesy of Engadget (click here to see original story. According to the site, “The leaks are true: HTC’s rumored M4 is indeed the One Mini. We know because a trusted source in possession of the “petite” 4.3-inch handset has fed us a direct image, while also confirming some specs. From what we’ve seen, the few renders and blurrycam shots that bled out earlier this year appear to be dead-on. The One Mini’s a more approachable (and affordable) version of the One -- both inside and out -- with some notable differences. For starters, its screen size has been reduced to 4.3-inches, much like Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 Mini, making it much more palm-friendly and deserving of the Mini moniker.”
The site adds, “Much could change by the time the One Mini is released later this year -- should be sometime in Q3 -- but for the moment, the handset's running a Sensed-up version of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with BlinkFeed on board. Specific details on the UltraPixel cameras weren't made available to us, but we do know the rear module's capable of full HD video recording and Zoe share capture. As for the processor inside, our source provided us with a few benchmark results, pegging the CPU as a 1.4GHz dual-core setup -- presumably, a Snapdragon 400 just like the HTC First.”
Of course since HTC is yet to officially announce the One Mini, take this with a pinch of salt.
Want to know more about the HTC One Mini? We’ll keep you posted once we know more.