Football enthusiasts might remember a bizarre afternoon in 1996, when Scotland turned up to play Estonia, only to have the match abandoned immediately due to the absence of, well, the hosts.
What does Estonia have to do with the HTC One mini? Well, that’s where the latest HTC One mini news emanates from.
Yep, we’re thanking Estonian-language site Forte for the HTC One mini update. I think that’s quite possibly the first time I’ve wandered into a .ee domain.
The big story here is that the Estonians appear to have gotten their hands on an HTC One mini before any sort of official announcement. Yeah, we all know the HTC One mini is on the way, but the Taiwanese manufacturer still hasn’t confirmed it.
As such, there are a whole bunch of HTC One mini pics for your viewing pleasure, showing the phone looking very much like a, uhm, mini HTC One. Which is, of course, a good thing.
Rumoured HTC One mini specs remain largely the same, so we should expect a 4.3in 720p display, dual-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, and an HTC One-style 4MP UltraPixel camera.
As for the HTC One mini price and release date, how does €400 (£340ish) and August sound?