HTC publishes apparent One Mini teaser, quickly pulls it (it’s back)

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We know, we’re on a bit of an HTC One-series kick this Monday, but the news keeps on coming. Following those rumors about the One Max launch and the One Mini specs we’ve got a new sign that the One Mini could be nearly ready to go official, with HTC posting what sure looks like a One Mini teaser, only to pull the post moments later.

For a brief period today, HTC’s blog hosted a post entitled “Little Things That Pack a BIG Punch,” accompanied by the infographic we show a portion of above, highlighting small things with impressive capabilities.

The post didn’t mention the One Mini by name, but HTC did write that it feels a “passion to bring the One experience to as many people as possible,” and that, combined with our knowledge of the One Mini, the rumors of its forthcoming launch, and all this talk about pint-sized powerhouses, sure makes it pretty hard to believe that HTC could be talking about anything else here.

Factor-in the mysterious take-down of the post, like it was inadvertently published a few days early, and it feels a lot like the One Mini really is just about to launch.

Update: Well, either HTC has realized that the cat’s out of the bag, or the post always was intended to run today, but in any event – it’s now back up. The link’s unchanged, so hit up the source below to see for yourself.

Source: HTC (link down)
Via: Android Police

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