As far as we know, neither of them is to depart from the design language of the HTC One, and will both feature an aluminum unibody casing.
As for specs, the HTC One Mini, as expected, is going to be the more conservative device in the family – running Android 4.2.2 out of the box will be a dual-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor, aided by an Adreno 305 GPU and 1GB of RAM. The device will feature a 342ppi 4.3-inch, 720p LCD display and have 16GB of native storage. The HTC Ultrapixel camera and the BoomSound dubbed front speakers are also in tow. All of this will be powered by a 1700mAh non-removable battery.
The One Max, also known as the T6, is HTC's debut in the phablet category boasts some serious muscle on paper: a massive 6-inch Super LCD3 display featuring a 1080p resolution will be run by a quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 system-on-a-chip and 2GB of RAM, all of this powered by a 3200mAh battery.
Unfortunately for HTC, though, this comes with rumors of Samsung and Sony targeting much the same time period for their respective offerings. As such, it is yet to be seen whether HTC's phablet will manage to win over some much needed customers. Regardless, being tech-hungry customers ourselves, we're pretty excited to see the tech giants battle it out in the pits for our hard-earned money.
source: MobileGeeks via TheVerge