By Stephen Schenck | July 3, 2013 1:31 PM
We’ve been blessed with an abundance of information on HTC’s One Mini, and for an unannounced smartphone, it sure feels like we’ve got a pretty decent grasp on what to expect. That info’s included a good number of relatively high quality images, comparing the Mini to its namesake and highlighting where its design differs. We continue with more of that today, getting our hands on a few more shots of the One Mini, showing the hardware from some new angles.
That side shot reveals a new look to the phone’s volume control – gone is the rocker from the One, and instead we have two distinct buttons. We’ve also heard the opinion that the One Mini’s camera lens as depicted here may be more recessed than on the One, but it’s really hard to say to what extent, just by looking. There may be more of an indent here, but just slightly.
The source providing this imagery claims to have confirmed the rumored specs we’ve already heard for the smartphone, including a dual-core SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB flash, and that high-density 4.3-inch 720p screen.