HTC One Mini UAProf confirms Android 4.2.2 and 720p display

June 14, 2013
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At this point in time no one doubts the rumors that HTC is working on a One mini to follow up their wildly impressive and successful HTC One. It has been leaked more times than we can count, and even yesterday live pictures of the device in the wild were found. Now today, a User Agent Profile is confirming more details yet again.

At this point there really isn't any argument as to whether or not this device is coming. The question now is what exactly will the specs be, and what carriers will offer the miniature One. It's all but confirmed to have a 4.3-inch 720p display, and rumors have suggested Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean instead of 4.1 like the current HTC One.

Today a UAProf has all but confirmed those specs one more time. Nothing extremely new here, but this is just one more leak in a long line essentially confirming the handset. The leak also confirms the UltraPixel camera, and the processor. Instead of the powerful Snapdragon 600 like the original, we'll get a toned down chip from Qualcomm.

The HTC One mini will work with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 400 series processor, likely 2GB of RAM, and now we just need details, price, and release date and we'll be set. Rumors are still suggestiong a Q3 launch by HTC, but we're hopeful for sometime mid-summer. Drop us a comment below if you have additional details on the HTC One Mini.

VIA: TechTastic


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  • Tammy

    If the leaked specs are accurate, then this seems better than the Samsung S4 Mini offering with 720 display. Without Smart Scroll and some other Smart S4 goodies, the HTC, provided it’s priced correctly, has a decent battery and good on board memory, may just swing it for me.