Hardly camera shy, the HTC One Mini has been snapped once again ahead of its presumed Q3 launch/release, side by side with the HTC One.
You all know the script by now. The HTC One Mini is essentially, as the name suggests, a smaller version of the flagship HTC One, the former being 4.3in diagonally and the latter 5in.
This latest HTC One Mini leak, passed to Engadget, confirms a similar metallic unibody, though there’s some plastic action around the display yielding a slightly larger bezel.
Also confirmed for the HTC One Mini are software features including BlinkFeed, which automatically pulls “relevant content” onto your homescreen, and Zoe, the camera feature that lets photos “come to life in three-second snippets”.
Finally, the HTC One Mini processor is revealed as a dual-core unit clocked at 1.4GHz, probably of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 variety.
Previously rumoured HTC One Mini specs include a 720p resolution on the 4.3in display, 2GB of RAM, and an UltraPixel rear camera.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is also rumoured to be putting the finishing touches to a 6in phablet, namely the HTC One Max.