Bigger it NOT always better, the new HTC mini is a smaller, cheaper, more practical and maybe more funtcional phone than the previous ones from HTC, but it is still hoping to create a trend among cellphone develpers.
HTC is the first of all phone makers to downgrade a product, but as the winds are blowing it seems like its going to become a common thing aroung the cellular device makers.
The general rule among Android phones the last few years has been, “bigger is better.”
Compromises had to be made to shrink the 4.7-inch HTC One into the 4.3-inch HTC One Mini (which, by the way, is still bigger than an iPhone 5.) For starters, the screen’s been downgraded from 1080p to 720p. The processor is a dual-core Snapdragon 400, instead of the quad-core inside its big brother. And yes, the battery is smaller in both size and capacity.
But the HTC One Mini retains the beautiful aluminum finish and fantastic build quality that was the primary selling point of the HTC One. Only now it comes in a size that you can actually fit into your jeans. If we’re lucky, this will start a trend among smartphone makers and they’ll realize better doesn’t have to mean bigger.
The phone will be available in August.
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