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HTC One mini vs HTC One: What’s changed?

HTC One mini vs HTC One: What’s changed?

Mini phones are big business, as HTC follows Samsung in releasing a mass-market version of a flagship handset, in this case the HTC One mini. Near-identical to its bigger sibling, the HTC One, the new mini variant slims the original 4.7-inch screen down to 4.3-inches, for a phone that's easier to hold and cheaper in stores. They're not the only changes, however; read on as we run through what's new.

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HTC One mini hands-on

HTC One mini hands-on

HTC isn't just relying on the One to turn its 2013 around: the company has the HTC One mini to help with that, a new 4.3-inch version of the aluminum smartphone. Slimming the flagship down - as well as some of the core specifications - the One mini is fronted by a 720p touchscreen where the One has 1080p, but still keeps the UltraPixel camera and Zoe photography system, among other things. We caught up with the new smartphone to see if the One's undoubtable charms have been distilled down to a more hand-friendly size.

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HTC One Mini specifications revealed in label process [UPDATE: Sneak Peek!]

HTC One Mini specifications revealed in label process [UPDATE: Sneak Peek!]

All the way over in China today we're seeing the HTC One Mini make its final trip through certification processes before it's revealed in kind to the public. While HTC hasn't yet confirmed the existence of this machine - so to speak - rumors and tips thus far appear to match up quite well with this final breath of behind-the-scenes action. Here comes HTC One's little brother, looking like a clone.

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Samsung and HTC home automation plans teased with ZigBee

Samsung and HTC home automation plans teased with ZigBee

Samsung and HTC are flirting with advanced home automation control in future Galaxy and One smartphones, it's reported, turning new smartphones into universal remotes for lighting, entertainment, and more. The two companies are each separately working on plans for what Pocket-lint's source describes as "home smartphones" that blur the line between mobile products and gadgets found around the home.

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Google Play Edition: Galaxy S 4 and HTC One Review

Google Play Edition: Galaxy S 4 and HTC One Review

They're the phones the most vocal minority demanded, pure Android on familiar Samsung and HTC hardware. They're also the phones the manufacturers refused to consider; HTC Sense and Samsung TouchWiz aren't merely window-dressing but core elements of the overall user-experience, so the argument went, and the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S 4 wouldn't be the same without them. Now, then, with the Google Play Edition versions of both, we have the chance to see just how much that's true.

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LG Optimus G2 takes shape: Snapdragon 800, edge-to-edge display, August 7th

LG Optimus G2 takes shape: Snapdragon 800, edge-to-edge display, August 7th

If you hadn't already guessed that the August 7th New York City event being held by LG would be home to their next-generation hero, follow-up to the LG Optimus G from last year, you may as well give in this weekend. Today a set of three (count them - three!) screenshots have leaked with 1080p resolution about them and an aim for LG's soon-to-be-official handset. These images go on to solidify a collection of rumors we'd heard previous to this weekend and suggest some new abilities for the hero as well.

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HTC Butterfly S official: UltraPixel, 3,200mAh battery, more

HTC Butterfly S official: UltraPixel, 3,200mAh battery, more

HTC has taken the wraps off of the Butterfly S, the follow-up to its first 1080p Butterfly smartphone, and now pumped up with features like UltraPixel from the HTC One. The new Butterfly S has a 5-inch, 1080p Super LCD 3 display, using optical lamination and scratch-resistant glass to best present its 440ppi resolution, and has a 4-megapixel UltraPixel camera on the back supporting HTC Zoe.

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HTC Desire 200 official with palm-sized Android

HTC Desire 200 official with palm-sized Android

The HTC Desire 200 has been officially revealed, the company's newest handset and one that brings Android in a form-factor a little larger than a credit card. Fronted by a 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen, and running Android on a 1GHz Snapdragon S1 processor, the Desire 200 obviously isn't going to break any speed records or, for that matter, give those wanting the HTC One pause for thought.

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That’s no HTC One tablet, it’s an NVIDIA Tegra 4 developer platform

That’s no HTC One tablet, it’s an NVIDIA Tegra 4 developer platform

Earlier today an NVIDIA demonstration at Computex revealed a bit about their upcoming tablet processor Tegra 4, doing so on a tablet that looked - if we had to guess - like something HTC would deliver to the masses. Instead of this 7-inch tablet being the HTC One slate we've always dreamed of, NVIDIA has confirmed that it is, instead, simply a demonstration device made by NVIDIA for NVIDIA use only.

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HTC reportedly scraps 12″ Windows RT tablet plans (but 7″ still on the way)

HTC reportedly scraps 12″ Windows RT tablet plans (but 7″ still on the way)

HTC has reportedly axed plans to launch a 12-inch tablet running Windows RT, sources claim, after deciding demand for the slate would be insufficient, though a smaller version is still said to be on the roadmap. The unnamed 12-inch tablet was sidelined over fears that it would be too expensive, Bloomberg reports, with the components required adding up to too great a bill-of-materials to allow a competitive street price.

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