Friday, 19 July 2013

HTC One Mini coming with a Dual-core CPU & 4.3-inches Screen

HTC recently unveiled its most upgraded, much anticipated, HTC One mini Smartphone. This latest gadget is a slimmer, smaller size miniature version of the already existing company’s flagship Android device, the HTC One.
A lot of people have been looking forward to the mini, with a plenty of much noticed leaks that were being leaked during the past months. Yesterday, the company came up with the teas regarding the device on its own.
The HTC One Mini comes up with the features that have the same technologies that were already spotted on its higher-end competent, for instance the Ultrapixel camera, the high-quality speakers that the company has record dubbed Boom Sound and the amazingly polished aluminum body. Anyway, the mini is a comparatively smaller version of the actual one, sporting a 720p 4.3” and a 1,4 GHz Dual-Core Snapdragon 400. If you are looking forward to see the full spec sheet you may go ahead with the comparison.
The One Mini comes up with the most recent version of Android and HTC Sense, that brings along the same software features that are likely to be found on the One, also counting in Blinkfeed and HTC Zoe for the capturing of short Vine-like movies. Peter Chou, HTC’s CEO said:
The HTC One mini contains all the things that make the HTC One a success on a smaller but equally attractive scale.
The company has been working hard in order to make it in the very viable Smartphone market and the HTC One happened to be very  famous. As the One Mini HTC gets closer to the launch, the hopes to acquire a couple of its lost market share in the mid-range scale of the market are getting quite high.
The phone is going to touch select markets that are  going to begin in August with general availability in the month of September. There has not been any proper word on price till now but this device is a mid-range phone so expect mid-range affordable prices.
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