An Android-powered smartphone previously known as the M4 is now said to be on its way to T-Mobile USA. It’s none other than the HTC One Mini, which we first covered in earlier reports from the start of this month. An HTC developer that goes by the Twitter handle LlabTooFer confirms that the HTC M4 and the HTC One Mini are indeed one and the same.
@WhizGidget I'm not sure that Verizon will launch One Mini in near future…T-Mobile USA will have it for sure…
— LlabTooFeR (@LlabTooFeR) June 14, 2013
When the HTC One Mini will actually become available through T-Mobile USA is still unclear at this point, but it looks like it might be a carrier-exclusive by the time it arrives. Apparently, Verizon Wireless won’t be getting it, which would have made for a decent alternative to the upcoming Galaxy S4 mini, as well as the perfect sidekick to the actual HTC One.
The HTC One Mini’s list of features reportedly includes a dual-core CPU, an Ultrapixel camera, 2GB of RAM, and a 4.3-inch HD display. Do you think the possibility of it being sold through T-Mobile soon is something to get excited about? Is there a place for a smaller, less feature-rich HTC One in your life?