Before our HTC One Mini unboxing, we’ll try to get into HTC’s mind for a bit, and think of the reasons behind the HTC One Mini. It is an alternative to the One flagship, which might be too big, or too expensive for some. And, let’s not forget, since the One directly competes with the Samsung Galaxy S 4, the One Mini will continue the tradition and try to beat the Galaxy S4 mini.
Before you check out our HTC One Mini unboxing video below, we’ll remind you of its specs: the processor is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 CPU with two cores, clocked at 1.4GHz, helped by 1GB of RAM. Internal storage is 16GB, and the 4MP Ultrapixel camera, alongside BoomSound, is in. There’s an 1,800mAh battery, LTE support, and the platform of choice is Android 4.2.2 with HTC Sense on top of it. Color options include Glacial Silver, which is the unit we have here, and Stealth Black.