The HTC One has proved to be a major hit with smartphone fans, and HTC has just made it that much more appealing: the company has just revealed the HTC One Mini, a more pocket-friendly version of your favorite Android phone.
Of course, now that it comes in a smaller size, there are some cutbacks, namely the polycarbonate that has replaced the aluminum on its sides, and a 720p screen instead of 1080p. But the phone still comes with its trademark forward-facing speakers, so music videos are going to smack you right in the face. There are no slots for storage expansion, though, so you'll have to make do with its 16GB of niternal memory. HTC says the phone may hitting stores in September, but they haven't made anything official. Good news is, if you're in the market for a solid phone that won't take up space, all signs point to the HTC One Mini being $99 with a contract. Smaller size, smaller tab.
[via PC Mag]