BY | June 13, 2013

Both are smaller versions of the two great flagship handsets. HTC One Mini vs Galaxy S4 Mini specs, features, release date rumors makes interesting reading

We have been listening to rumors about a small HTC One for a while. Now some sources have leaked the pics of the possible handset dubbed the HTC M4 or One Mini. Engadget has got the new pic of the device, shared by some “trusted source in possession of the “petite” 4.3-inch handset.” The leaked image shows the phone as carrying a small display, and the same design of its original model in a slight form factor.

“The One Mini is a more approachable (and affordable) version of the One – both inside and out – with some notable differences,” Engadget says referring to the photo and specs details it has acquired from its tipsters. It is expected that the device would come with a reduced 4.3-inch display similar to the one on Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. It should be more palm-friendly with the tiny screen and well deserving the One Mini moniker.

Rumors are not definite about its possible resolution, though. Well, it is nearly sure that handset is not going to feature the One’s breathtaking 1080p Super LCD3 display. Instead, it may only sport a 720p tiny display. It looks that the device is made of the much-appreciated metallic unibody HTC has used for One, but its front panel is ringed with plastic.

The design change might be done with a purpose to keep the device’s weight reduced. It is to considerably have thicker bezel than its original and it also to engrave Beats Audio logo on the rear panel. The software inside the device will be Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, which along with the Sense 5 UI will be doing magic.

It is not clear whether the gadget would have an Ultrapixel rear camera like the One. Quite possibly, it is to come to stores sometimes in Q3 for a price notably smaller than the One. More details are soon hoped to come from HTC about this wonderful low-price HTC One Mini.

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