HTC One mini to launch in the UK next month, cost £380 off contract
UK carriers are lining up to announce they will carry the new HTC One mini and we already have preliminary launch dates and pricing for the diminutive smartphone. By the looks of it, the UK will be among the select markets to get the One mini in August, ahead of the global rollout in September.
O2 tweeted that the HTC One mini is coming soon (but gave no concrete dates). Carphone Warehouse does have more details – the handset is listed at £380 SIM-free, it starts at £27 a month with a 2-year contract on O2.
Site MobileFun is also listing the mini SIM-free at €445, which works out to the same price in British pounds. Availability is set for next month.
Vodafone has put up a blog post promising the One mini in August as well, though there's no pricing info from that carrier.
EE will carry the new phone too, and it will allow it to flex its 4G LTE muscles. Besides a positive nod, EE didn’t give away anything else - no price or launch date.
While you wait for pricing and launch date info from them, you might want to check out our preview to kill some time.
its obviously overpriced..
- 2013-08-04 11:05
You clearly know what you are talking about! Much faster, so 0.2 Ghz is much faster...also a much better camera, so you just think more mp is better. I get your points about non expandable memory and battery but those arguments aren't really valid th...
- 2013-07-23 11:29
It should've had a quad core chipset & that always missed memory card slot
- 2013-07-21 20:26