HTC One Mini review

Alastair Stevenson

A shrunk-down smartphone big on features

The original HTC One launched earlier this year, and its custom Ultrapixel camera technology and well-designed aluminium chassis proved a hit with technophiles. Now, a few months on HTC's chosen...

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