HTC One Mini

The HTC One is regarded as one of the best looking and performing mobile phones on the market. And now you can have your cake and be able to fit it in your pocket without having to wear cargo shorts. Over the past few years the bigger the phone, the better, but after the tablet sized Samsung Note arrived, it was enough. Mobile phones simply couldn’t get bigger without becoming Kindles.

There has been a slight regression in the size division of mobile’s realizing that we live in a world of multi-tasking and people want (need) to be able to use their phone, while eating breakfast, hold a subway rail, even carry a baby (not recommended), but with the expansion in the size of phones, the ‘one hander’ becomes tryingly more difficult, unless you’re Shaq.

HTC has shrunk the size of it’s pinnacle phone ‘The HTC One, from a 4.7-inch HTC One into the 4.3-inch HTC One Mini. The specs, as you may have guessed have shrunk along with it. The screen’s resolution from 1080p to 720p. The processor is a dual-core Snapdragon 400, instead of the quad-core inside the full size sedan, One, and the battery is smaller in life and size. All in all it’s a fair trade off, because the One will be significantly cheeper when it hits stores in August.

 

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