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Tuesday, 01 April 2014 14:08

HTC working on HTC One (M8) Mini

Written by Slobodan Simic

To go on sale in May

According to fresh rumors citing an UK retail source, HTC is working on a mini version of its recently launched HTC One (M8) flagship smartphone.

According to the report, HTC One (M8) Mini will retain the new 90 percent aluminum unibody design but will be built around a 4.5-inch screen. Although the resolution was not mentioned, we will most likely see a 720p screen. Unfortunately, the rumor also did not talk about the chipset but did note that the Mini will have a single UltraPixel camera on the back and two cameras will remain exclusive to the flagship.

According to the same rumor, the HTC One (M8) Mini should be ready for launch in May, which suggest that we might see an official announcement sometime during this month.

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