HTC has officially revealed its latest smartphone, dubbed the HTC One Mini 2, offering HTC One M8 users a smaller and less expensive option.
The Mini 2 features a 4.5” display, BoomSound dual front speakers, a Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB RAM.
16GB internal memory is built into the handset, but can be expanded through the use of a memory card up to 128GB, meaning you should have more than enough room for a reasonable amount of music, movies and pictures.
HTC has ditched the UltraPixel technology seen in its other handset’s cameras, instead opting for a 13 megapixel lens on the back of the HTC One Mini 2.
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HTC has also left out the dual camera feature from the M8 flagship we saw earlier on this year, as well as ditching the Zoe software seen in previous handsets.
The price tag will most likely be its biggest selling point, offering the same HTC premium design for a more wallet friendly price than the One M8.
Prices are expected to settle at around the £350 mark, but this is a pure estimate for now, until HTC gives an official announcement.
The HTC One Mini 2 is expected in stores sometime this summer, with a June or July release date most likely, and will be available in the same colours as the M8, in grey, silver or gold.