HTC's upcoming miniature version of their popular HTC One smartphone has appeared today, and we're getting a full gallery of images as well as all the details. We've been talking about the HTC One mini (aka M4) for some time thanks to leaked details, but today the picture is very clear. This 4.3-inch smartphone rocks 720p, the Ultrapixel camera, and the same beautiful design so check out more below.
There is still nothing official from the manufacturer, but all signs are pointing to a release very soon. The smartphone has leaked multiple times over the past few weeks, and today's Mr. Blurrycam photos are the first real-life shots that actually look real. He's also confirmed countless details that should have many excited for this device.
Just like the bigger brother the Mini rocks an impressive Ultrapixel camera (of the same caliber) beats audio integration, a beautiful brushed aluminum design and same curves we've been enjoying from the One. Then he goes on to confirm the 4.3-inch 720p display, Snapdragon dual-core processor and 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and even running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Thankfully for us, this leakster was also nice enough to give everyone a decent little comparison with the smaller handset sitting next to its older sibling. And for that, we thank him/her. The phone overall doesn't appear much smaller than the original One as a whole, but clearly you can see the difference in the shots.
HTC has yet to make any formal or official announcement, but they could and should be coming sometime soon. According to the leaked details we could see an early August launch, so stay tuned.