Excerpt: There may be only a handful of top-tier Android phones on the market at one time, but the mid-range market is constancy flooded with handsets. True, most of these devices feature forgettable designs and specs which would do more good at the bottom of a trash can than inside a phone.
Summary: The HTC One mini has a software suite that�s identical to the HTC One. This means you�ll see Android 4.2.2 loaded out of the box, along with HTC Sense 5.0 and any carrier-specific applications.
Conclusion: The HTC One Mini is one of the nicest-looking mid-range smartphones we’ve ever had laid eyes on. It’s also extremely comfortable to hold and easier to use with one hand than larger-screen devices that (iPhone aside) dominate the market these days.
Summary: The HTC One Mini was an attempt in HTC offering a smaller version of its popular HTC One. The HTC One Mini may not have the high-end specs of the HTC One, but for a product its size, it’s an extremely impressive smartphone.
Summary: HTC One Mini is definitely a great medium to high-end smartphones, offering a beautiful and elegant design and construction materials, solid and robust. In addition, no compromises regarding the main hardware features and performance, perfectly in line with the segment.
Pros: Construction materials, Audio quality, High autonomy.
Summary: Some may want to wait for the Galaxy S4 Mini to hit shelves before they buy a sub-$100 Android phone. That Samsung handset will offer TV remote functionality and a replaceable battery. However, Samsung's Mini has a plastic body and lacks HTC's audio oomph.
Conclusion: The HTC One Mini is like the name suggests, a mini version of the HTC One. While it has lower specs, the performance of the HTC One Mini does not feel sacrificed. If you were thinking about getting the HTC One but prefer something more in terms of the iPhone as far as size is concerned, the HTC One...
Summary: The HTC One Mini is a beautifully constructed handset, and a stark reminder that not every smartphone in 2013 needs to pack a giant screen to stand out. Apple’s doing just fine, thank you, and we’re glad to see another company offering a more reasonably sized alternative with great build quality.