The much-mooted HTC One Mini, gossiped about online for months, has finally made an appearance.
The pared-down device has starred in its own set of spy shots, which show the metal-clad handset stacked up against its more capacious older sibling.
Rocking a 4.3-inch HD Ready display, the HTC One Mini packs the same Ultra Pixel peeper as the HTC One, making it a serious camera contender. There’s also a plentiful 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage space.
The handset is rumoured to pack a dual-core processor under the hood, which should ensure this thing ticks along at a decent speed too.
Word is the HTC One Mini will be hitting shelves some time in August. HTC will be desperate to see this device sell by the bucketload, especially if it’s to stave off suitors.
The ailing company is still a long way from being back on track, despite the release of the One earlier this year.
However, with the Galaxy S4 Mini and budget iPhone both around the corner, the Taiwanese giant is going to have a job on its hands to stay at the top of the pack.