The HTC One Mini was first seen in pictures last month next to the original HTC One, showing a very similar design packed in a smaller body. We received a pretty good idea of what specs the phone would pack too, and now a new leak from Bulgarian site Smartnews – which has since been removed – has further confirmed the details.
Once again, the mini version of HTC’s 2013 flagship is shown in black, although the phone is expected to come in silver as well. The site confirmed that the display is 4.3-inches with a 1280×720 resolution, going on to say that the phone was fast and took good photos. That’s to be expected when the phone shares the same UltraPixel sensor found in the original One. Past reports have indicated that the One Mini will also include a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage.
The “One Mini” name has also been confirmed by recently leaked O2 Germany documents, first seen at Mobiflip. Not much was revealed other than the name, but the document indicates that the phone will come in silver and black. Still, the internal info also revealed another name: the HTC One Max. That’s most likely the HTC T6, a larger version of the HTC One that’s said to come with a 6-inch 1080p display.
It’s still not clear when we’ll see either of HTC’s new handsets, but past information has indicated that we could see the One Mini announced in August.