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Can't wait for this. Looking Internet everyday, no release date yet. frown.gif


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Damn it HTC, release it already or I go S4 mini.
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Not really mini, is it?
That's why I've ended up getting the Note II over the S3...the latter wasn't really that smaller and had 2/3 the battery etc...

HTC one is a large phone, the "mini" should be iPhone 4 sized or something similar. I see no advantage for someone "downgrading" for such as small size difference really (but thats me) mad.gif
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Indeed larger than I originally thought it would be, but mini enough I'd say. It is just slightly larger than the iPhone5, which I consider to have the perfect size for me (see picture below, right of the iPhone5). Enough difference for carrying it in your jeans (front pocket).

Mini is not only the size, but the pricing, for those who don't need the fastest CPU. I am not going to play games and watch films with it, but do mobile Internet, navigation/gmaps, taking photos, texting (am sick of texting with a number pad) and occasionally doing phone calls.
Mid range is the key word for me and medium sized, though I did not want to buy one of those old and outdated, old OS version devices, while the current ones are too large and expensive. The mini's from HTC and Samsung are pretty much what I've been waiting for and I prefer it not to be a Samsung (or iPhone, I like underdogs, also using Opera browser biggrin.gif).

Only drawback of the HTC is no micro SD slot. frown.gif

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