You’ve seen that phone above — dubbed the HTC One Remix by Verizon — before. That’s because it’s just an HTC One Mini 2 with a new name. We’re not surprised Verizon felt the need to get this phone out with their own name. It’s just what they do.
It’s pretty much the same phone HTC introduced a while back, including its 4.5-inch 720p display, Boomsound speakers, 13 megapixel rear camera, 5 megapixel front camera, 16GB of internal storage and more. It’ll have KitKat with Sense 6 on top, giving you access to BlinkFeed and Zoe camera features.
All of it is set to launch July 24th (that’s tomorrow) for just $100 on a new two-year contract, though you’ll be able to get it for $0 down and a low monthly payment via Verizon Edge if you prefer to go that route. If you can’t quite dip into your pocket book for an HTC One M8 or aren’t patient enough to wait for a sale, this certainly wouldn’t be a bad alternative.
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- HTC One Remix Review
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