There's been a steady stream of HTC One mini leaks and rumors in recent weeks, and today it looks like we've got one more to add to the pile. A user agent profile (UAProf) for the One mini has been discovered on an HTC website that refers to the device by the name "HTC One mini." There's not a ton of information to be gleaned from the UAProf, but it does list the One mini's screen resolution as being 1280x720, backing up previous claims that the shrunken One would pack a 720p display.
As its name suggests, the HTC One mini is slated to be a smaller version of HTC's One flagship. Leaked images have shown that the One mini looks fairly similar to the full-sized One, while other reports have pegged the One mini as packing a 4.3-inch display (down from the One's 4.7-incher), 1.4GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. With those specs, a 720p display and One styling, the HTC One mini looks like it could put up a fight against Samsung's Galaxy S 4 mini in the great Battle of the Shrunken Android Flagships. If the HTC One mini's rumored spec list holds true, would you rather have it or the Galaxy S 4 mini?