The HTC One Mini leaked once again, and we now finally have an almost complete picture of its specifications. The latest batch of inside info was made public by the good folks at AndroidNext.de and includes a batch of pictures of the phone, as well as screenshots of the One Mini running the CPU-Z hardware identifier app.
The well-leaked device will feature 1GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 400 processor, which makes it comparable in terms of computing power to last year’s HTC One S. But here’s the kicker – while the One S won’t get to join the Sense 5 club, as HTC recently announced to the chagrin of owners everywhere, the HTC One Mini will launch with Android 4.2.2 and Sense 5, just like its bigger sibling, the One. The differences between the One S and One Mini are only marginal – both feature 1GB of RAM and a similarly muscled processor, so whatever technical argument HTC may have had, it’s debunked at this point.
Other confirmed specifications include the 4.3-inch 720p display, 16GB of internal storage, and a 4 UltraPixels camera. According to another German site, the HTC One Mini will be announced in the following two weeks, so stay tuned for more details.