HTC accidentally confirmed the rumored HTC One Mini by its speculative name on one of the Taiwanese smartphone maker’s own websites earlier today. Aside from revealing that the long-rumored handset is in development, the leak contains few details except that the device will feature a 720p HD display, The Next Web reports.
Following a series of leaked photos, the HTC One Mini was cited by name in a user agent profile on one of HTC’s Taiwanese web domains. The HD display is confirmed in one line of text that lists the smartphone’s resolution as 1280 x 720 pixels.
Based on recently leaked photos of the HTC One Mini, we expect the device to feature a 4.3-inch screen that’s just 0.4 inches smaller than its big brother, as well as the same Boom Sound stereo front-facing speaker grills with Beats Audio. However, the One Mini is unlikely to feature the One’s IR blaster or the same quad-core processor. The device will reportedly run the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. It’s unclear if it will feature HTC’s Sense 5 UI or an earlier version.