HTC One mini poses for more leaked photos while running on AT&T's LTE network
HTC's U.K. arm teased earlier today that it's got a "little" news to share tomorrow, suggesting that we might soon see the HTC One mini finally make its official debut. It looks like the oft-leaked handset has decided to show its face one more time before then, though, as photos of what looks to be an AT&T version of the One mini just surfaced.
The folks over at Android Police have posted a cornucopia of photos showing what's said to be an HTC One mini test unit in the wild, and judging by the "4G LTE" logo in its status bar, this unit is bound for the big blue shelves of AT&T. Along with the images, tonight's report claims to reveal many of the One mini's spec details. Here are the features that HTC has reportedly packed into its miniaturized One:
- 1280x720 display
- Dual-core Qualcomm processor with Adreno 305 GPU, likely a Snapdragon 400
- 16GB storage, 11GB of which is user-accessible
- 1GB RAM
- Android 4.2 with HTC Sense 5
- 4G LTE connectivity
The source of the images claims that the HTC One mini feels fairly similar to the full-sized One, which is good news for the folks that like HTC's currently flagship but would prefer something a tad smaller. Unfortunately for those people, tonight's report doesn't say exactly when the One mini will be hitting AT&T's shelves or how much it'll cost when it does, so for now we'll all just have to settle for ogling the device in these leaked photos. You can find a few more at the link below.
Via Android Police