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    In case you missed the announcement, the rumored HTC One mini 2 finally broke cover this morning, and it's just what the rumors said it would be: a pint-sized version of the company's well-received One M8 smartphone. Aesthetically, the One mini 2 is everything you'd expect from a mini metal One M8 – but true to form, HTC has made some sacrifices on the spec side. Under the hood, we're looking at a quad-core Snapdragon 400 (MSM8926) at 1.2GHz, leaning on a gig of RAM and 16GB of storage, with MicroSD cards up to 128GB supported. The display is a 4.5 inch LCD at 720p, the battery a 2100 ...

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    There was little to no doubt that we'll see a mini version of the HTC One (M8), just as we are sure that the Galaxy S5 Mini is well on its way. However, despite the obvious M8 mini name we expected, we've recently learned that HTC might go with something different: HTC One mini 2. The information landed from @evleaks, the same way as the render you see above. We're allegedly looking at the HTC One mini 2 in the leaked press shot above, and, straight from the beginning, three things will strike you as obvious: 1. it looks exactly like the bigger brother, the M8, 2. it comes in three color ...

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    HTC introduced its first One back in February of last year; five months later, the One Mini (above) joined it. So, unsurprisingly, for much of the time we've been talking about the M8 arriving as this year's One, the notion of an M8 Mini has been bouncing around alongside it. Earlier this year, those rumors started getting quite specific, identifying part of a model number and later delivering detailed hardware info, including a 4.5-inch 720p display. Tonight this all new HTC One Mini is back in our thoughts, as a carrier seems to have inadvertently listed the phone on its website. Swedish ...

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    It's been just under two weeks by now since the first opportunity we had to lay eyes on a seemingly legitimate image of HTC's M8 (even if we still had our doubts at the time). The days that followed have brought us few additional chances to examine the phone's hardware from a number of angles, and a couple new shots arrived over the weekend, really highlighting the phone's metal construction. Even with the phone's matte finish, a little bright lighting is all we need to see that metal really shine, and the interplay of light and metal in this new rear shot really helps to highlight the ...

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    Snow storms have their ups and downs. On the one hand, they keep you from partaking in all the Nokia unboxing fun your comrades in more seasonable climes are enjoying - but on the other, they put you in mind of all the friends you have in the great Arctic North. One such person is friend of the show Nick Gray of HTCSource and Android and Me, who joins us today for a special extended episode taking a long look at all the HTC M8 rumors of the past few weeks. That's followed by the rest of the news, which this week ranges from Galaxy Gear 2 and iPhone 6 speculation to riffing about Android ...

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    Leaks implied and predicted that the yet unannounced HTC M8 will be joined in the line-up by a certain M8 Mini, which we considered to be possible and highly likely if the Taiwanese phone-maker's 2013 release history and models are of any indication. The HTC One Mini was announced about four months after the One flagship was unveiled. Talking about the M8 Mini, @evleaks has some predictions regarding the specs on the upcoming mini phone. It will allegedly be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.4GHz, and will feature a 4.5-inch 720p screen. There will ...

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    If 2013 is of any indication, HTC should play the same card in 2014 too. On February 19 (note, before MWC 2013) HTC announced the One flagship and on July 18 the company unveiled its smaller sibling, the HTC One Mini. This year, the HTC M8 (the One+, One 2, or another name) is expected to be unveiled sometime during the first quarter of the year, bearing the model number 0P6B120 which we initially heard about back in November. According to @evleaks, the 0P6B (only first part of the model number for the M8) will be followed to the market by a certain 0P8B (our note, we're likely looking ...

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