The HTC One Mini launch date appears set for tomorrow as HTC UK has teased a “little” news for July 18th, something that likely refers to the arrival of the oft-rumored HTC One Mini.
HTC’s M4, now thought to be called the HTC One Mini, has been rumored for arrival for several months now though it looks like those rumors will soon turn to reality. In recent days, the company has teased a smaller version of the HTC One and sources have aligned, saying that the company will be announcing the smaller HTC One in July with a release in August.
Today, the company has taken it a step further and all but confirmed the HTC One Mini for arrival tomorrow with HTC UK’s Facebook page saying that it has a “little” bit of news for tomorrow with an image that clearly resembles a smaller version of the HTC One. While it’s not confirmed, it’s pretty clear that this is what is on tap for tomorrow and it should mean that we finally get HTC One Mini specs, pricing and an official release date.
The device is expected to tout a 4.3-inch 720p display, dual-core processor, full metal design, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and the new Sense 5 that arrived with the HTC One back in April. These specifications have surfaced several times in the past so it’s likely that they will be on board the smaller HTC One when it arrives in the morning.
As for a release date, we’ve seen August 9th rumored for the United Kingdom and with HTC UK teasing the device, it’s looking like this device may be centered around Europe and countries outside the U.S.
T-Mobile USA has been rumored to be an HTC One Mini carrier though we haven’t seen the device pop up, at all. That could mean that it launches further down the road, if it does at all.
In any event, the HTC One Mini launch date appears set for tomorrow which means those interested in a smaller HTC One model should be in luck soon.