HTC One mini
The HTC One mini is the smaller and less expensive version of its flagship HTC One handset. The One mini features a 4.3-inches (720p) display, a 1.4 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, backed by Adreno 305 graphics, a single gigabyte of RAM and 16GB of non-expandable storage. The One mini supports 4G LTE and HSPA+ cellular networks, Wi-Fi, DLNA, Bluetooth and comes with Android 4.2.2 out of the box.
Excellent 720p HD screen.
Performs as well as the higher-spec One.
High build quality.
Fantastic premium design.
Sense 5 is a sophisticated user interface.
Poor camera results.
Limited battery life.
Sense is still a burden rather than a boon.
Choosing a smaller device means accepting a less-powerful device.
No memory card slot.
No removable battery.
Only 16GB on-board storage.
By TechSpot on October 02, 2013
On paper, the naming of the HTC One mini makes perfect sense. The mini is a mid-to-high-end aluminum-clad smartphone with a 4.3-inch display, designed for those who want a premium device without the massive size that's often associated with its bigger and faster brother, as well as other Android 'superphones'.70
By Sydney Morning Herald on October 17, 2013
Digital Life News Mobiles Technology News DateOctober 17, 2013 (1) Read later They've cut the size of the One, made it $288 cheaper, but with no lack of functionality, the mini is no shrinking violet. The first thing you notice about the...-
By CNET Australia on October 09, 2013
Even with its scaled-down specs, the HTC One Mini is a go-to performer with style to...80
By ePHOTOzine on September 27, 2013
The HTC One Mini is a stunningly quick phone to use, with a great looking touch screen that is responsive and should be easy to use for anyone who is used to Android (or other) smartphones. The phone feels great in the hand, with the smaller screen and...70
By Digital Trends on September 26, 2013
The HTC One Mini is one of the nicest-looking mid-range smartphones we've ever had laid eyes on. It's also extremely comfortable to hold and easier to use with one hand than larger-screen devices that (iPhone aside) dominate the market these...90
By Ubergizmo on September 25, 2013
very good) The HTC One Mini was an attempt in HTC offering a smaller version of its popular HTC One. The HTC One Mini may not have the high-end specs of the HTC One, but for a product its size, it’s an extremely impressive smartphone. ...-
By CoolSmartphone on September 23, 2013
A few months ago I had a HTC One for review, ever since it went back my life has been different, I’ve been constantly looking for a new phone to fill the 5″ 1080p Aluminium unibody sized gap in my life. I’ve played about the Galaxy S4...-
By Good Gear Guide on September 13, 2013
The HTC One Mini has an attractive design and a great display, but an inflated on-contract price tag, less than stellar performance and poor reception make it very difficult to...60
By DigitalVersus on September 12, 2013
The HTC One Mini may be less powerful and have less battery life than the One, but it's still the most competent, most polished mid-range smartphone of its generation. With brushed aluminium, a sleek design, a fantastic screen, a fluid interface and...80
By Gadget Guy Australia on September 03, 2013
The flavour of the moment seems to be big phones, with devices starting at the 4.7 inch screen size mark, and pushing all the way past six inches into phablet territory. Not everyone wants a massive phone, though, and with that in mind, HTC is...80