Meedo Bar

Quick Search

August 20, 2013

Florin By Florin on 19 Aug 13 Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 6.3 isn’t the only upcoming Android handset confirmed by AT&T today. The second largest US mobile carrier has also announced that it would offer the HTC One Mini – so the render that appeared at the end of last month was legit. AT&T will start selling the One Mini on August 23, for $99.99 on contract – an unsurprising price, since the One 32GB is available for $199.99. As its name suggests, the One Mini is simply a down-sized version of the original HTC One (with some downgraded specs). It runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and features: a 4.3 inch HD display, Sense 5 UI, LTE and HSPA+ connectivity, Beats Audio, 1GB of RAM, dual-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, 16GB of expandable memory, and a 1,800 mAh battery. The camera on the back of the One Mini is similar to what you’re getting with the big One: 4MP UltraPixel with LED flash and 1080p video recording. “Our customers loved the HTC One, so we are excited to offer this slimmer, more compact version. We’re proud to continue to offer our customers so many choices with a broad smartphone portfolio all on the nation’s fastest and most reliable 4G LTE network,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Devices, AT&T. If you want to take a peek at AT&T’s HTC One Mini (and you probably do), watch the video embedded below: Later this year, AT&T might also launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (as the SGH-i257 “Serrano”). However, there’s no official word on this for now. Via Press release inShare Share on Tumblr If you liked the post, you might find these interesting too: Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini gets official, comes in dual SIM, 3G and LTE flavors Samsung Galaxy S III Mini gets official: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 4 inch screen Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 UK launch details unveiled Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 hands-on images and video at MWC 2012 Samsung Galaxy Admire 2 and Galaxy Discover will join the S4 at Cricket « 6 inch, 1080p Nokia Windows Phone 8 phablet (codenamed Bandit) in testing at AT&TSony Xperia i1 Honami Mini in the works, will share CPU and camera with the non-Mini version » Op-ed/Features Apple returns to Samsung for 2015 14nm Ax chips, will pay 20% more. Deal shows Sammy’s increasing power, but for how long? Nokia Microsoft Windows Phone contract is for 5 years, in force until 2016. But is it WP exclusive? Nokia in acquisition talks with Microsoft? So that’s why Meltemi had to die and Elop kept his job in 2012 Moto X may transform Motorola into Google X type advanced project lab, with very strong product focus Google plans to include haptic/tactile feedback engine into Android to… make their ads more effective More op-eds… Newest


The second largest US mobile carrier has announced that it would offer the HTC One Mini – so the render that appeared at the end of last month was legit.

AT&T will start selling the One Mini on August 23, for $99.99 on contract – an unsurprising price, since the One 32GB is available for $199.99.

As its name suggests, the One Mini is simply a down-sized version of the original HTC One (with some downgraded specs). It runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and features: a 4.3 inch HD display, Sense 5 UI, LTE and HSPA+ connectivity, Beats Audio, 1GB of RAM, dual-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, 16GB of expandable memory, and a 1,800 mAh battery. The camera on the back of the One Mini is similar to what you’re getting with the big One: 4MP UltraPixel with LED flash and 1080p video recording.

“Our customers loved the HTC One, so we are excited to offer this slimmer, more compact version. We’re proud to continue to offer our customers so many choices with a broad smartphone portfolio all on the nation’s fastest and most reliable 4G LTE network,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Devices, AT&T.

If you want to take a peek at AT&T’s HTC One Mini (and you probably do), watch the video embedded below:


Later this year, AT&T might also launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (as the SGH-i257 “Serrano”). However, there’s no official word on this for now.

Source: Att.com