We recently glimpsed a picture of the alleged the HTC One Mini, although all we could really tell from the grainy image was that the handset would be a lot slimmer, which was hardly an earth-shattering revelation.
But now we've got more information on some of the more interesting features the phone will be bringing thanks to a UAProf (that's a User Agent Profile) available on HTC's website, which details a 720p display.
There's also a nod to the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS (further down in the profile), which is an upgrade to the HTC One's Android 4.1 offering.
A HTC by any other name...
We can also pretty much confirm from the new information that the small HTC One will definitely be called the HTC One Mini. Again, not a huge surprise there, but good to know.
While nothing has been confirmed, the handset is rumoured to be powered by a 1.4GHz dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Earlier this week, Bloomberg reported that the Mini could arrive this August.
Via Unwired View
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