The Taiwanese tech major is reportedly planning to launch multiple smartphones, starting from June, including the HTC One Mini which is code named as M4.
The HTC One Mini, according to the latest disclosure by DigiTimes, will feature 4.3in display with resolution measuring 720 pixels. It will run on the latest Jelly Bean software, Android 4.2.
Besides, the One Mini is expected to use a dual-core processor. In terms of build and design, the handset is said to be using metal chassis which will be supplied by Taiwan-based company, Catcher Technology and China-based BYD.
The One Mini is expected to enter mass production sometime in July this year.
As for the other technical aspects, he HTC One Mini was earlier rumoured to feature UltraPixel camera technology, which was first introduced in company's new flagship smartphone, the HTC One. The UltraPixel camera sensor, which incorporates advanced imaging technology, promises to gather 300 per cent more light compared to the regular smartphone camera sensors. This camera technology allows user to quickly capture colourful photos even in low-lilght conditions.
The One Mini was expected to have 2GB of RAM and would be available in 16GB storage variant. It would have a 1700mAh non-removable battery. The device was said to be shipped with LTE configuration. It was expected to maintain the similar design elements like the current HTC One.
Apart from the One Mini, the company is also said to be developing a smartphone featuring large display, at 5.9in. Code named as T6, the smartphone will have a full HD display. It will be powered by Snapdragon 800 chip featuring a quad-core processor with each core running at clock speeds up to 2.3GHz. The HTC T6, like the HTC One Mini, is expected to adopt metal chassis.
Other HT devices which are expected to be launched include the dual-SIM Desire 600, the HTC Butterfly S and the Desire 200 for entry-level segment.