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The HTC One has been a big hit with its consumers, and if you're an all-out HTC One lover, but cannot afford to pay the steep price, then you could just be in luck with the latest release from HTC. Rumours that are in circulation are that HTC is likely to be following on from its massive achievement of its HTC One, producing a handset which is set to be a watered-down version of the HTC One called HTC One Mini. The latest edition of the HTC One will be called HTC M4 (One Mini). Following the latest trend and themes as many of their rivals such as Samsung who released the mini version of the S3 and current rumours of a mini S4.
Based on rumours that come from a particular well known mobile review website called “Phone Arena” the HTC One Mini appears nearly similar to that of the HTC One. Comprising of a 4.3 inch screen size that will feature a 720p resolution. There’s also some big design changes which has been integrated into the HTC One Mini, it contains smaller speakers and a major change in camera flash which has been positioned over the main sensor.
The HTC One Mini is rumoured to be offering a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with speculation whether it will come with either 1GB or 2GB of RAM, instead of the HTC One’s quad core and will run with less battery power just a mere 1700mAh which is a lot less than the battery power currently in the HTC One which is a powerful 2300mAh. The HTC One Mini is rumoured to run with latest version of Google’s OS Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean that will be overlaid with its famous HTC Sense 5.0 UI, complete with the all the features its larger brother has including HTC BlinkFeed. It could also pack in 16GB of internal storage alongside features such as GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity.
This said to be mid-range smartphone may also attribute the HTC UltraPixel camera of the HTC One, such as the revolutionary HTC Zoe that automatically catches a 3 second video and 20 frames per shutter click, turning the often fixed picture gallery in to a lively rotating memory bank.
HTC have apparently been in meetings with Catcher Technology rumoured to be the exclusive supplier of the metal alloy body which is said to be the main shell of HTC One Mini, which might mean once the handset releases in June of this year (or so rumours say) HTC could prevent stock shortages.
It should be remembered that all this information is purely speculation and it hasn't been established by either the manufacturer or the provider.