The HTC One arrived in the UK earlier this year hoping to break Samsung and Apple's stranglehold on the region's smartphone market. Armed with a beautifully designed aluminium chassis as well as a host of custom features and technologies, including BlinkFeed and Ultrapixels, the phone proved a hit with users and remains one of the most popular HTC devices ever mad.
Clearly aware of this HTC has taken a page out of Samsung's book and announced a follow up shrunk down version of the One. The One Mini aims to offer smartphone users all the core perks of its larger sibling but at a reduced cost and size.
In this endeavour HTC's worked hard to not cut too many corners, with the only real differences, outside of its size, a slightly less crisp 4.3in 720p display and dual, not quad-core, processor.
For a more indepth look at the HTC One Mini check out V3's full written hands-on.
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