HTC One Mini Leaks Again With A Live Picture

Posted: May 5 2014, 10:32am CDT | by , in Mobile Phones


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HTC One mini leaks again with a live picture
Photo Credits: phonearena

The phone's back panel shows a bright yellow outline

So far the HTC One mini version has remained behind the curtains with slight teases now and then which were not enough to make out the whole picture. It all started with a press render with specs and then it was revealed that the phone would come on Verizon. Following this there was an official render from the famous @evleaks which to some extend gave a confirmation regarding the specs and the design of the phone. It was also stated that the mini version would not benefit from the Duo camera setup of its bigger brother. No matter how many confirmations and leaks came in, there was still no specific picture of the real deal.

What we have got today will put many unsure minds to rest because this picture comes from someone who was caught using the HTC One mini version on a public transport. The device is somewhat different from what had previously been depicted in the leaks and it has also surprised us with a bright yellow outline at the back. Though the yellow color is very much there but it still remains a mystery whether users will get to choose their own color schemes or will the phone just stick to the traditional one on the HTC M8. Just to go over what the previous leaks have revealed till now, the mini version with 4.5" 720p display will be powered by the Snapdragon 400 chipset with a quad-core 1.4GHz processor and instead of the duo camera setup, it will only feature a single 13 MP camera with single LED flash.

source: phonearena

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