HTC One X9 leaks
Like a bigger One A9.
Want a compact phone but don't want to compromise on features? This fantastic silver edition of the HTC One Mini means you don't have to. It packs everything that was good about HTC's flagship phone into a super-slim package that you can easily use with one hand at all times.
One of the most praised facets of the HTC One was its screen. And the good news is that it's little brother impresses in this department too. Coming in at 4.3-inches with super sharp 20 x 1,280 pixel resolution to deliver impressively crisp images, it makes the One Mini fantastic for watching video and enjoying games while you're on the move.
The front-facing HTC BoomSound stereo speakers with built-in amps add to this phone's amazing media credentials and add another dimension to your favourite clips and movies, while making gaming all the more immersive.
We think you'll love the amazing BlinkFeed screen layout too. This delivers real-time social networking and news updates directly to your homescreen to keep you in the loop at all times. And ensure you're up to speed with everything your nearest and dearest are up to.
Taking great photos is easy with the One Mini's excellent HTC UltraPixel Camera. And you can bring your photo galleries to life with the HTC Zoe feature. This automatically chooses highlights of an event and fashions the photos into a 30-second clip. You don't need any extra software or editing skills and you can even add a soundtrack.
Other features of the HTC One Mini include a Qualcomm 400 Snapdragon processor, 16GB of internal storage and microSIM card support for expandable memory, 4G connectivity, 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR Video, a front-facing 1.6-megapixel camera for video calls and self-portraits and a long-life 1800 mAh battery.
Like a bigger One A9.
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