HTC One Mini 2

The HTC One Remix appears to have stopped by the FCC recently. The Remix is a Verizon-branded varient of the HTC One Mini 2, and we got our first look at the device a couple of weeks ago.

Listed at HTC 0P8B100 at the FCC, this phone supports Verizon's LTE on bands 4 and 13. Additionally, the device supports CDMA bands used by the carrier, BC0 and BC1. Other than the Verizon changes, we can probably expect the Remix to be just like the HTC One Mini 2. That includes the 4.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720, a 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front-facing camera, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage space. The device should run Android 4.4.

Be sure to read our review of the HTC One Mini 2 to see what we thought of the phone. Do you think you'll get the Remix when it comes to Verizon? Let us know below in the comments.

Source: FCC, via PhoneArena

 

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HTC One 'Remix' stops by FCC

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Where's my HTC prime I need something to look forward to getting towards the end of the year not another galaxy note

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This device sounds like this: Device manufactured by Verizon Wireless, carrier HTC....
(Verizon got more branding than the manufacturing its self!)

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Haha.. Agree. Dumb pipe needs branding. Classic Verizon. Thank God for apple who doesn't bend over to useless carriers. At least we got nexus except the poor people on useless Verizon.

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Not all Verizon phones are bad on Branding look at the Verizon s5

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Useless, nothing. I live in the middle of nowhere and get service. Better than I can say for TMo, ATT, and Sprint. Only other option is US Cellular.