HTC One mini to be available on AT&T, report says

June 19, 2013
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    According to a recent report, the HTC One mini is set to become part of AT&T's smartphone lineup.

    HTC One mini

    The HTC One Mini, one of the most rumored devices of the year, is said to be coming to AT&T, but no specific launch date has been given.

    According to Phone Arena, quoting sources close to HTC, the HTC One mini will be making its way to AT&T customers, without an actual release date being specified. You might remember that HTC developer LlabTooFer, a man responsible for many HTC leaks, was recently saying that T-Mobile USA would be selling the device, too.

    The handset (also known as the HTC M4), has recently made a Bluetooth SIG appearance. Soon after that, more details leaked about it.

    Although only the official announcement will tell us whether these specs are right, the HTC One Mini is said to feature a 4.3-inch display (resolution is expected to be 720p), and to look very similar to its older brother, the HTC One, except for the plastic ring which it will have around the display.

    The CPU is said to be a dual-core Snapdragon 400 model, running at 1.4GHz, and the device would run Android 4.2.2 (with the Sense 5 interface on top of it, as you would expect).

    While there’s no news on release date, the phone is expected in this year’s third quarter, with some reports saying that August will be the month when it will make its official appearance.

    Are you looking forward to the HTC One Mini? Do the rumored specs look tempting to you?

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    • http://www.yepi2.co/ yepi

      i like HTC mobile phone

    • kitnowever

      very excited, i dont understand why people would purchase 5″ up phones for everyday use. i certainly hope this would come in a dual sim version like its big brother.

    • eddit13

      This might be one of the best phones ever. I like the size of 4.7″ phones but even with my large hands I have to shift and shimmy my way up the device one handed. I think this one will fit like a glove and be an exceptionally responsive phone. Question will be battery life. If they can nail that this could be a hit.

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