HTC One mini certified in China, new live photos appear
The HTC One is getting a Mini-me – the One mini has leaked a number of times already and today we add some more shots to the list. This time they come from China's equivalent of the FCC. It's a single-SIM phone, no trace of a dual-SIM version for now (China got a special dual-SIM HTC One with a removable back panel).
So far the rumor mill agrees on these specs – a 4.3" screen with 720p resolution, 4MP UltraPixel camera (possibly without OIS, the Butterfly S doesn’t have it), a Snapdragon 400 chipset (dual-core Krait 300 @ 1.4GHz, 1GB RAM, Adreno 305), Android 4.2.2 (same as on the One, BlinkFeed and all) and 16GB of storage (presumably non-expandable, there's no visible slot in the photos).
With certifications and teasers out of the way, the official announcement can't be too far away. There's no info on when exactly that might happen, though.
Source (in Chinese)
too early to judge. cmon there's no official announcement yet. i would be very disappointed too if its only 16GB but that seems quite impossible i know htc is not that really stupid. ha
- 2013-07-18 01:50
The only ugly thing that this phone has is it doesn't have a card slot.
- 2013-07-18 01:31
No Expansion slot, are they kidding, just 16GB? if there is no expansion slot, taking phone is a waste as we cant use the features of the phone. 15 min video will take approx 400mb, one snapshot will take 2 mb approx we need to regularly...
- 2013-07-17 18:32