As expected, the HTC One Mini features a 720p, 4.3-inch screen, a dual-core, 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 16GB of storage, and a HTC UltraPixel camera.
LTE support is also on board, and the battery is a 1800mAh one, by HTC’s measures offering up to 20.7 hours of talk time on GSM (13.3 hours for WCDMA).
Overall, the HTC One Mini — also encased in an aluminum enclosure — is undoubtedly a less powerful device compared with its big brother, the HTC One, which has twice as much RAM, more storage (32/64GB) and a 1.7GHz, quad-core CPU. Still, it might be a good fit for anyone who finds the HTC One too bulky.
The HTC One mini will be coming to “select markets” from August, with a global rollout scheduled for September.