The HTC M4 now confirmed to be the HTC One Mini… And here’s what it looks like


While it was widely speculated, it’s now confirmed that the rumored HTC M4 is indeed the HTC One Mini. Seen alongside the HTC One above, the One Mini looks like an exact carbon copy of the One, just smaller of course. You can expect the One Mini to have a 4.3-inch display and while we don’t quite know the resolution or panel type of the screen, I’m assuming it’ll be a 720p S-LCD 2 or S-LCD 3 panel.

The One Mini will still have the nice aluminum body just like it’s big brother, but there will also be a plastic ring around the side. It also looses the IR blaster that the One has, but it looks like the BoomSound feature is still in tact. The One Mini will most likely have the same processor as the HTC First, a dual-core Snapdragon processor and will ship with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Stay tuned for more news on this device as it becomes available.

source: engadget 

  • raybees

    This author has the most abominable writing skills. I hate to criticize, but it is really getting to the point where I can’t stand to read any of his articles because of the poor grammar, spelling mistakes, and general writing practices. Please do us all a favor and take some writing classes, get an editor, or maybe just take the time to proof read your posts!

    • jack

      I didn’t notice anything. And the article was short and to the point, not a damn review

    • Tom Kelsall

      All I could see was “looses” where it should be “loses” and “in tact” where it should have been “intact”. Certainly nothing to inspire this level of vitriol. Simply disliking someone’s writing style does not make them guilty of faulty writing practices, either.

      Your last sentence also should have read:

      Please do us all a favour and either take some writing classes; get an editor; or perhaps take the time to proof read your posts!

  • Tom Kelsall

    Confirmed by whom? I haven’t seen any HTC press releases on this?

  • HTC m4 is the same bbz10 about design