Even the most skeptical should have been convinced of HTC One mini’s existence following Engadget’s yesterday leak, but if you still needed additional proof we’ve just received it in the form of a User Agent Profile found on HTC’s own website.
Based on the UAProf file, we’re now certain the phone will be marketed as One mini instead of the much less glamorous M4 name rumored until not long ago. Then again, the One itself was known as the M7 for a good chunk of time, so no surprises there.
One key feature has also been confirmed by this latest “leak”, namely the display’s resolution – 1,280 x 720 pixels resolution, or as we like to call it, 720p. Or HD, however you prefer. The screen size is not mentioned, but we’ve “known” for a long time the One Mini is to be a 4.3-incher, so not that much smaller than its brother.
The last piece of the puzzle uncovered refers to the on-board software, which will most definitely feature Android 4.2 Jelly Bean “butter”, plus I presume Sense 5.0 and BlinkFeed.
Aside from that, there’s plenty of room for imagination, at least solely based on this User Agent Profile. If we add previous rumors in the mix though, here are some of other specs expected to be rocked by the HTC One Mini:
- Dual-core 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor
- Adreno 305 GPU
- 2 GB of RAM
- 16 GB of storage
- UltraPixel rear camera
- 1.6 MP front cam
- 4G LTE
- 1,700 mAh battery
- Boom Sound speakers
- Beats Audio sound enhancement