UK Phones 4u: Red HTC One Mini coming on November

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If you love the HTC One but you don’t want to spend all your money on this handset, then you should probably pick the decent version of the smartphone, which of course is the HTC One Mini. The device is already available in stores, though the “galmor red” variant is quite rare. So, if you are a picky customer, you should know that the UK retail Phones 4u officially announced that the red HTC One Mini will be released next month.

The HTC One Mini is a more affordable version of the HTC One, the phone bringing only decent specs and features unlike its older brother who has impressed the audience with its high end capabilities and performances. Anyway, the HTC One Mini is coming with a dual core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz, a 4.3 inch HD 720p display, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, HTC UltraPixel Camera with HTC Zoe, HTC Sense UI and Android 4.2.2 Jelly bean pre-installed. Of course an Android 4.3 OTA update will be released for the One Mini soon.

Red HTC One Mini embracing UK retails

Red HTC One Mini embracing UK retails

As already stated, the HTC One Mini is already available on stores, though its glamor red variant is rare and hard to achieve. But starting with November the UK retail Phones 4u will release the red One Mini. Currently the same carrier is offering the red HTC One too. The price tag for the new model of the smartphone hasn’t been yet revealed, but it shouldn’t be higher than £389.95 – for the SIM free variant of course. Currently the silver and black HTC One Mini is offered for free on EE, Vodafone, T-Mobile and Orange with a data plan starting from £26 per month.

That was all for now, but stay close as we will update you with fresh info as soon as something new is being announced or leaked.

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