HTC One Mini Prices & Tariffs

HTC One Mini

Features

  • 4.3 inch display
  • Android
  • 4MP camera
  • 16GB int. memory (useable capacity will be less)
  • 63.2mm wide
  • 132mm high
  • 9.3mm thick
  • 1.02GB RAM
  • View full specs

Average Score

83/100

The screen's high pixel density makes text sharp and clear, and means the One Mini is fantastic for web browsing. It's p...

Expertreviews.co.uk
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HTC One Mini Specs

Display

Type Super LCD2
Screen Resolution 720 x 1280 pixels
Screen Size 4.3 inch (10.9 cm)
Touch Screen Yes

Camera

Resolution UltrapixelTM
Front Facing -
3D Resolution -
Flash Type LED
Video Camera 1080p

Music and Video

Music Player Yes
Video Player Yes
Video Calls Yes
FM Radio No
Audio Formats aac, .amr, .ogg, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .wav, .wma
Video Formats .3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .wmv, .avi (MP4 ASP and MP3)

Physical

Form Factor Slate
Width 63.2 mm
Height 132 mm
Thickness 9.3 mm
Weight 122 grams
Accelerometer Yes
Gyro Yes

General

GPS Yes
Battery (3G Talk) Not available
Battery (Standby) Not available
App Store Google Play
Processor Type dual-core 1.4GHz
Operating System Android 4.2.2
Release Date August 2013

Connectivity

Main Connectivity 4G LTE
Maximum Data Speed 100Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
USB 2.0
Bluetooth Yes
Networks HSDPA 850, 900, 1900, 2100
Data Networks LTE 900, 1800, 2100, 2600

Memory

RAM 1.02GB
Internal 16GB
Expandable -

Messaging

Push Email Yes
Text Messages (SMS) Yes
Picture Messages (MMS) Yes

HTC One Mini Reviews

100/100

"The screen's high pixel density makes text sharp and clear, and means the One Mini is fantastic for web browsing. It's possible to read text on web pages when fully zoomed out, which is not really possible on the S4 Mini without squinting. We were also impressed with the image quality from the LCD s..."

Expertreviews.co.uk
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90/100

"The camera app is excellent, offering so many settings it would take you days to go through them all, but everything from manual control of settings such as white balance and ISO are there, as well as the usual plethora of filters."

International Business Times (ibtimes.co.uk)
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90/100

"It's a phone that just wants to be touched, with all the buttons in the right place. The screen, being 4.3-inch rather than the 4.8-inch option on the One, is a real boon to some people (namely, those that want to leave the iPhone 5 but don't want a massive screen) and serves its purpose well."

techradar.com
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90/100

"Side-by-side with the HTC One, there's little difference in the speed with which you can leap around HTC Sense 5. It's snappy and responsive, so despite the difference in power on offer, the phone still offers a great experience in day-to-day use."

pocket-lint.com
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Positive

"It also still has the One’s ground-breaking camera that has fewer pixels (a 4MP count) but more spread out and bigger so more accurate and capable in low light. You don’t need to use the flash barely at all."

The Independent (independent.co.uk)
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85/100

"Call quality was good both using the earpiece and the speakers. Which reminds us, again, BoomSound is everything you’d expect from it, loud and clear tunes or voice. However, it’s different from the One flagship. We’re not talking about loudness, but overall music. It sounds a tiny tad tinnier than ..."

Pocketnow.com
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85/100

"Voices come loud and clean in the earpiece of the One mini, as HTC simply uses the top BoomSound speaker for that purpose. The other end said the phone's dual-mic setup dealt with noise-cancellation fine, but our voice came through a bit on the low volume side."

phonearena.com
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Positive

"The HTC One mini works with a non-removable 1800mAh battery which, paired with Qualcomm’s battery conservation features in its Snapdragon processor and HTC’s own battery saver mode in this phone’s settings, you’ll be getting a massive amount of battery life on standby. In fact, if you leave your dev..."

slashgear.com
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80/100

"Minor differences aside, the HTC One Mini sits comfortably in the palm of the hand and disappears into the pocket with ease. It’s as pleasurable if not nicer to hold as its big brother and despite the smaller screen still feels like a perfectly weighted smartphone."

trustedreviews.com
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80/100

"The 4.3 inch display has a pixel density of 341 pixels per inch. That's better than the iPhone 5! Not too shabby for a phone in this price range. It is sharp and colourful and the touchscreen is responsive."

pcadvisor.co.uk
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80/100

"If you’re a dedicated megahertz-hunter this might not be the phone for you, but in truth, while a step slower than the very best out there, the One Mini’s performance is actually very reliable and more than adequate for most people. It handles multi-tasking, movie downloads and this year’s crop of k..."

Stuff.tv
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Positive

"In the end the hardware is excellent. While the Galaxy S4 seems like an afterthought and pales in comparison to the original S4, the HTC One mini comes in as a nice offering, and more of an additional option, rather than just attempting to cater to the budget crowd. It might not be quite as solid fe..."

androidcommunity.com
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80/100

"...the mini has something on its big brother: it's arguably a better size. We could grasp the device, slip it into pockets, bag side pouches and use it one-handed without any issue. Reaching with a thumb on larger screens (and reducing your hold on the device in the process) increases the chances th..."

Engadget.com
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77/100

"The only laudable thing about the One mini’s camera is HTC’s reliably solid imaging software. It allows you to capture video or photos without switching modes, it can apply filters to images as you take them or afterwards, and it has a basic editing suite that comes in handy. Still, it’s pretty fain..."

theverge.com
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70/100

"The backplate can’t be removed, and that means your microSIM has to sit in a housing on the edge of the One mini – the left edge to be precise. As is the convention, you pop the caddy out using a provided tool – or more likely an opened out paper clip. There’s no caddy for a microSD card so you are ..."

ITProPortal (itproportal.com)
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Average Score

(15 Reviews)

83/100
 

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