The gradual information spills of the past few months have led up to HTC One mini 2’s formal announcement earlier today, with an exterior and set of features that stopped being a question mark eons ago.
The rumor bonanza revolving around HTC’s diminutive One (M8) version carries on, with the mid-range smartphone now informally pictured in all its splendor and the market name reportedly altered to One mini 2.
It doesn’t take an insider to figure out HTC is probably prepping a diminutive version of its latest flagship device, but it’s always good to hear from credible sources a gadget like the One M8 mini indeed exists and is almost all set for a release.
HTC has barely unveiled the One (M8), and the tireless rumormongers are already prepared to spoil the company’s next couple of surprises, revealing an M8 mini is around the corner, possibly followed by an enigmatic M8 “Ace”.
Sprint looks to have won the US race for fastest carrier to certify Android 4.4 for HTC One, whereas in Canada the all-metal 4.7-inch phone is being upgraded to KitKat as we speak on all major wireless networks.
Likely in an attempt to make users forget about the lack of One X/One X+ software support, HTC has announced the Android 4.4 KitKat update for One versions available on US carriers is in the hands of the “big four”.
A total of six devices have been removed from Futuremark’s device database for rigging benchmark tests.
Of the three major diminutive Android flagship versions unveiled so far, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 mini is probably the least exciting on paper, what with HTC’s One mini rocking a far superior screen and sturdy aluminum build and Sony’s Xperia Z1 mini being… well, simply awesome.
HTC officially announced the Desire 300 today. The entry-level handset will be targeted at emerging markets. HTC also unveiled the long rumored blue version of the HTC One and One Mini.
AT&T has announced that it will start selling the HTC One mini and Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 6.3 from August 23rd.
Consumers in the United Kingdom can now buy the HTC One Mini through Vodafone. The One Mini features the same great design as the HTC One in a smaller form factor.
Are you sickened by the ongoing “bigger is better” trend of the smartphone market? Want something snazzy-looking that packs a punch and fits easily in your trouser pocket? Don’t want to use both upper limbs when handling what you like to call a “phone”?
Remember how nicely all of the HTC One Mini puzzle pieces seemed to have fallen into place last week? The petite (by 2013 standards) phone smiled to the camera more than once and had its specs revealed, looking like a far superior mid-range, mid-sized option to a flagship than Samsung’s GS4 Mini.
A listing on popular benchmark site GFX Bench allows us to take a look at the final and confirmed specifications for the upcoming HTC One Mini.
The One Mini has been rumoured for quite some time now, with the device likely set to launch sometime in Q3. The latest set of leaked images showcase the design as well as confirm rumoured hardware specs. The One Mini is going to feature a 4.3-inch display, and considering the 342ppi pixel density, it might
One of the biggest stars of the rumor mill these past months, the nearly confirmed HTC One Mini, abruptly disappeared from our radar a couple of weeks back. But now it’s back and here to stay, as the latest word around the block is its release is happening very soon.
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.
If you’re a fan of Android but are upset at the lack of premium feeling handsets that are smaller in size, the HTC One Mini may be a good fit whether it’s in your hand or pocket if this newly leaked image is anything to go by.
Who’s ready for a new round of HTC-related rumors? The Butterfly S and One Mini (aka M4) are in the spotlight… again, as reputable sources around the web reveal new, trustworthy details about them.
The HTC One Mini (HTC M4) received its Bluetooth SIG certification, leaving only the official announcement of the phone left in the things-to-do for the small-and-happy-sized version of the HTC One. HTC’s upcoming One Mini has been in the news almost every day for the past couple of days. From leaked specifications, reports of HTC