HTC One mini photos appear, 720p screen and Ultrapixel camera in tow

HTC One mini
Here it is, guys! The rumored HTC One mini, also referred to as the HTC M4, has leaked in flesh and blood on the internet. Or at least that's what we think these photos are of – a more compact alternative to the HTC One smartphone, with a smaller screen and less impressive yet still decent hardware specs. 

Speaking of hardware specs, the source of these alleged HTC One mini photos claims that the smartphone packs a 4.3-inch screen with resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels. There's also supposed to be a dual-core processor of some kind running inside the device, alongside 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage space. The camera is of the Ultrapixel variety, offering 4MP of resolution, according to rumors.

A close-up inspection of the device reveals a dual front-facing speaker arrangement à la HTC One. The newest Sense interface is also present, layered on top of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. What the body of the smartphone is made of isn't clear given the photos' low quality, but we hope that HTC has stuck with the seamless metal construction found on its current flagship.

The HTC One mini, or whatever the smartphone's real name turns out to be, has not been announced yet, but an official unveiling is said to be scheduled for July of 2013. Pricing at launch is allegedly set around the 400 euro mark, which is worth a bit over $520.

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