Guess you can call it leak Wednesday because moments after HTC began teasing the HTC One Mini on Twitter, some images of the device in the wild have already surfaced. If there was any question that the Mini was ever headed to AT&T, you can see from the leaked images AT&T’s all too familiar “4G LTE” logo is present.
You’ll notice the body shares much in common with it’s older, bigger sibling the HTC One. The only real difference is a slight decrease in overall size, and a plastic lip covering the sides of the device (almost looks like a really thin bumper case).
Specs have also been confirmed for the most part, showing a 4.3-inch 720p display, dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor with Adreno 305 GPU, 1GB of RAM, more than likely 16GB of internal storage and running on Android 4.2 with Sense 5 as a topping. We expect HTC’s worst kept secret since… well, their last device to go fully public tomorrow. Anyone interested in the HTC One Mini?
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- HTC Lollipop plans
- Sense 6 comes to HTC One on AT&T
- HTC Sense 6 status update page goes live
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