By Stephen Schenck | July 15, 2013 12:26 PM
For as long as we’ve been talking about the HTC One Mini, it’s seemed clear that this Android, while taking a lot of cues from the full-sized One, wasn’t going to measure-up to its predecessor in a number of ways. Obviously, we were looking at a smaller, lower-res screen, but rumors had also been talking about things like a lower-end SoC. So while we had a general sense of the sort of handset the One Mini might be, we’ve lacked certain specifics in regards to hardware choices. Today we get what sure look like a lot of answers, as some software spills the beans on the One Mini’s hardware.
Between the output generated by CPU-Z and AnTuTu, it’s looking confirmed that the One Mini will run a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 400. While earlier rumors suggested the phone would have 2GB of RAM, it now seems that it will only get 1GB. The handset should have 16GB internal flash, and there’s once again mention of that 720p display.
We can also see signs of 4-megapixel main camera, which could be interpreted as supporting the theory that the One Mini will have the same UltraPixel camera as the One.