HTC’s new flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, isn’t due to hit shelves until April 12th. But leaks have already pointed towards the Taiwanese firm’s plans for a smaller take on its new handset.
References to the HTC 10 Mini have been spotted in a leaked internal document. The device is due to come with a 4.7–inch display, down from the 5.15–inch effort found in the company’s latest top end device.
It’s also set to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor and 4GB of RAM. The latter gives it the edge over Apple’s newly released iPhone SE, which features 2GB RAM.
HTC’s return to the smartphone game comes after months of focus on its Vive Virtual Reality headset. The HTC 10 has been widely teased on social media by the mobile maker, with launch events planned in London, New York and Taipei for April 12th.
HTC will be hoping both the 10 and 10 Mini can help it back towards a more stable position financially, not to mention give it an edge at a time when Android manufacturers such as LG and Samsung are producing far more impressive devices.
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