Up to now, it was assumed that the HTC One mini would have 2GB of RAM, that appears to not be the case if the images we have to look at are correct. Instead, on board is 1GB of RAM running with what we know will be Android 4.2.2.
The CPU is confirmed as a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon tuned to 1.4GHz. Partnered with the silicon is an Adreno 305 GPU. On board is Sense 5, which raises the question as to whether the HTC One mini is meant to replace the HTC One S since it has been said it would not be updating that hardware with the latest UI treatment. The display is 4.3-inches, 720x1280 which means it is going to be just fine on the eyes given the size of the screen.
As for the pictures of the device, there is nothing really new to behold, but the design language is true to HTC One as we expect. The HTC One mini will be launching this quarter in several markets.