By Vamien McKalin | May 01, 2013 01:27 PM EDT
If you are a person who likes the HTC One but considers it too big for daily use, then worry not, HTC is reportedly working on a smaller version of the device dubbed as the HTC M4. Leaked information claims the M4 will feature a 4.3-inch 720p display, and an "UltraPixel" camera similar to that of the HTC One.
Furthermore, according to PhoneArena the M4 will come loaded with a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, Android 4.2, and LTE connectivity. M4 will not be the final name, EVLeaks claim it will have some manner of One branding, probably the HTC One Mini.
Designwise, the HTC M4 is similar to the HTC One. So for a less expensive price, consumers would be getting a phone that has better build quality compared to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Expect many smartphone buyers to consider this before choosing their next device in the future.
With the M4, it shows that HTC is taking a page out of Samsung's book by releasing several variants of its flagship smartphone at different price points. Don't be surprised if HTC announces another device similar to the HTC One with a smaller display than the M4.
Expect the device to release some time in the second quarter of 2013.
It's quite strange how a smartphone with a 4.3-inch display is no longer classed as large these days. Soon, most low-end smartphones might come packed with a 4.3-inch screen, while everything above is rocking 5-inches and over.
The HTC One is the latest Android flagship from HTC. The device incorporates a solid polycarbonate shell in a thin design, along with its iconic Ultrapixel camera at the back. At the moment, it is the most gorgeous handset available now on the market, far better looking than the Lumia 920 and even more so than the Galaxy S4.
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