The HTC One Mini is headed to AT&T this week. The more compact version of the HTC One line will be available August 23 for $100 with a new two-year contract, or just $21 monthly with AT&T Next.
Smaller and lighter than it's bigger brother, the One Mini should appeal to folks who want or need something a little smaller, and while the specs and internals have also been cut back (1GB of RAM, Snapdragon 400 and a 4.3-inch 720p display) during normal use we found the performance to be just fine — have a look at our review for details.
Of course, the UltraPixel camera and all the camera software features from the larger version are present, along with HTC Boomsound and BlinkFeed. If you've been eyeing the Mini, now's your chance. See the link below for the full press release, and there's a short video after the break.
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