HTC’s One Mini delivers great sound, a bright display and a good low-light camera in a sleek design.
The HTC One is the best Android smartphone on the planet, but its 4.7-inch design might be too large for some. That’s where the AT&T-exclusive HTC One Mini comes in. At 4.3 inches, the $99 Mini was built specifically for one-handed use, and it still sports dual front speakers along with a (mostly) aluminum design. But HTC didn’t just shrink its flagship down; you’ll also get midrange specs and have to sacrifice a pretty nifty feature. Do the changes hurt the One Mini, or is this handset just right for the price?
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- Premium aluminum design
- Beautiful display
- Exceptional speakers
- Fast camera good in low light
- Below-average battery life
- Not fastest phone in class
- Too many AT&T apps