Made a little lighter and smaller than the HTC One, in competition with Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, the HTC One Mini seems like a little brother of the former, weighing 122 grams as opposed to One’s 143 grams.
With not much difference between the two, it looks like the mini might roll out with success in the market. Both the devices are made of aluminum, running Android 4.2.2 HTC Sense 5 software. Wireless LTE networks are included in both.
While HTC One comes in 32GB and 64GB variants, the HTC One Mini will roll out in 16GB version. While the One offers Full HD 1080p display, the One Mini holds 720p display with ultrapixels and boomsound. The aspect ratio of 16:9 is same in both, the One stands at 4.7-inch display while the One Mini sits at 4.3-inch.
Both the devices sport a 4-megapixel rear camera. However, HTC mini has 1.6-megapixel camera at the front and the One has 2.1-megapixel.
Considering the specifications, the One Mini might be a success as the device offers all the features of the One, packed in a smaller, lighter and budget-sensitive version.