It is truly a gem of a smartphone. HTC feels like it’s on top of the world while introducing the 4.3-inch. With so many features like HTC Zoe, BlinkFeed and BoomSound, this high tech hero will rake in profits galore for HTC after its worldwide launch in September.
HTC has introduced today its HTC One Mini smartphone, which is for the mid-range market. It is a compact piece of electronic wizardry that is way ahead of the HTC One. It will be launched in August in selected markets and in September worldwide. For sale in over 180 countries, the HTC One spans over 580 networks on a global basis. It is indeed a success story par excellence. And the acclaimed brand has received loads of praise. Its form is such that it easily fits your pocket.
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A crystal-clear, small 4.3-inch HD 720 pixel display screen lies in front of the device. The mobile phone comes in Glacial Silver and Stealth Black, two of the most sophisticated hues. Other specs of the device include 1.4GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 16GB internal memory, 1.3MP front camera and a 4MP at rear end. It has Android 4.2 OS, Bluetooth version 4.0, WiFi Direct 802.11a/b/g/n and 1,800mAh Li-Polymer battery. It is slim and weighs only 122 g/ 4.3 oz.
The sleek, aluminum body with sloping edges makes for a perfect form. The device features BoomSound speakers which deliver visceral audio beats. Then it has BlinkFeed which allows for all the information you need to be aggregated in one spatial platform. The gadget will have you going gaga for it has an ultra pixel camera that is revolutionary in its scope. The beautiful thing is that it catches 300% more photons than an ordinary device. The photos you get to snap with it display incredible depth and detail. Finally, the HTC Zoe features will allow mini videos to be taken. It also allows editing facilities and lets you in on flexible ways of being creative. The gizmo is a fun way of interacting with the natural world via technology that is true to itself.