Summary: The design of this phone is truly a beauty but after 2mos. Of usage small cracks appear on the sides and back. Slightly visible, especially when it catches dirt. I was wondering how did those cracks appeared.. i really love this phone so i really took a good care of it. Anyone here is having the same problem?
Summary: Had my One mini for about a weeks now and I must say I am very impressed. I've upgraded from a Desire S which served me well for two years but was definitely in need of replacing. Decided on the One mini due to its smaller for factor (for easier one handed use and fitability in jeans pockets) and certainly don't regret not getting a larger phone.
Summary: Love the camera, can't see why people complain. I use a dSLR too and this phone beats it not, obviously, on total picture quality but on being a great camera that is actually portable so it gets the shots you see when just walking about unencumbered by heavy kit. Battery life is not good, but that's the curse of all phones these days.
Summary: Contrary to reviews on here the camera is fine, just don't zoom in as this is when you get noise. My problem is with the sound. With the headphones provided it is frankly embarrassing, it sounds like the band have recorded songs down the bottom of a metal lined hole, awful. The external speakers are quite good for what they are, comfortably used the phone as a radio while on holiday.
Summary: This phone is a great phone. The only problem is it's battery life. There is no way the phone will last two days, it will definitely need a charge in between. I have to say the camera isn't the greatest. The camera always lags, so it's like taking a picture with delay timing. Besides that, I am pretty happy with the phone.
Summary: The Android OS is truly not as easy to use as iOS. But just about everything else is just as good or better than my iphone 5. I tempted for the HTC One , but it is waaay to big for my needs, so the mini fits in just fine. 4 MP with larger per-pixel-on-sensor density is brilliant! Much better than boasting pixels on a tiny sensor. It's like comparing a 5MP DSLR to a half-baked 40MP point and shoot, the 5MP is going to win.