updated 11:26 am EDT, Wed June 5, 2013
Smaller HTC smartphone retains UltraPixel camera sensor from HTC One
The HTC One mini is claimed to have a 4.3-inch display with a 720p resolution, according to latest rumors. Specifications of the smaller version of the HTC One, reportedly codenamed the M4, confirm some details revealed in a separate leak at the start of last month, along with photographs that seemingly match those of an alleged media render of the device.
The leak from Estonian site forte.delfi.ee also states it will have a dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. The rear 4-megapixel camera is said to retain the same UltraPixel technology as the HTC One itself, rather than downgrading the camera in a similar manner to Samsung's own mini versions of its flagship devices. Images supplied by the report appear to match up with the earlier leak, and shows that this smaller device is still taking its design cues from its larger stablemate.
Sources claim that the HTC One mini will be released sometime in August, at a price of around 400 euro ($520).