For the past couple of months, we've been hearing rumors about the HTC One Remix, which is said to be an HTC One mini 2 variant tailored for Verizon. We've seen pictures believed to be of the device and we've seen it pass through the FCC. Today, we finally have a potential announcement date for the said smartphone thanks to the trustworthy source that Evleaks is. He posted a new image of the HTC One Remix and hinted that the smartphone may be made official on July 24.
The HTC One Remix is expected to be identical to the One mini 2 on a hardware level, the only difference being its support for Verizon's 4G XLTE network. What we're looking at is a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 SoC with a 1.2GHz maximum clock speed, and a 13MP camera. All of that should be encased in a premium, metal-made body. All in all, the HTC One Remix could be a worthy pick for those in need of a compact, good-looking Android smartphone. Whether its price would be set at a reasonable level, however, remains to be seen.
So that's what the HTC One Remix in a nutshell, or at least what we think it is. For more details, our HTC One mini 2 review might hold the answers to your questions.