The HTC One Mini is expected to launch in select markets starting next month and, based on a newly leaked press photo, we have reason to believe the device may land on AT&T in the United States. Android Police has published a photo of the handset with AT&T branding, seemingly confirming that the network’s subscribers will be the first to get the 4.3-inch smartphone.
The alleged HTC One Mini press photo shows the aluminum handset with AT&T appearing in the top left corner of the display and the carrier’s logo etched into the back of the device near the bottom. The branding is pretty minimal, and hopefully won’t get in the way of HTC’s sleek design, which the company successfully carried over from the full-sized flagship device.
Many of the HTC One Mini’s specs have been scaled down to fit inside a smaller package, but both the design and capabilities of the device remain in tact. The handset comes equipped with a 4.3-inch 720p display, a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, BoomSound audio and a 4-UltraPixel camera. The Mini runs Android 4.2.2 and comes with HTC’s one Sense 5 UI on top, including BlinkFeed and special camera options, such as Zoe shots and highlight reels. We don’t know when the HTC One Mini will officially launch, or for how much, but we imagine it will cost a good deal less than the $199 HTC One.
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