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.
Pros: Nice-looking screen, Great build quality like the HTC One, More comfortable to hold than larger-screen phones, Great low-light camera
Cons: Poor battery life (can’t last a day), Gets warm when gaming and streaming video, Speakers aren’t nearly as impressive as HTC One’s, No expandable storage or removable battery
Summary: In a world that loves large screen smartphones, finding a very premium smartphone looking (apart from the iPhone) that is compact to hold is a hard task. The thing is that most Android OEMs think that big is better. This of course is not always true and the iPhone is testament to that.
Summary: HTC’s official retail price is Rs 36,790 but you can find it online for as low as Rs 33,000. Considering you can get much more powerful handsets for cheaper, the One mini is highly overpriced. In fact, the entire One series is overpriced and we can’t figure out why.
Excerpt: Det er primært hestekræfterne, der halter. Mobilen er udstyret med dual core-processor på 1,4 GHz og 1 GB ram. Det er fint til at køre HTCs glimrende Sense-brugerflade, men lige skrabet nok til at multi-taske og køre applikationer af mere krævende karakter.