HTC is betting good things really do come in small packages with its HTC One mini.
The smaller counterpart to the HTC One, the HTC One mini has a compact 4.3-inch display, bringing a nice dash of variety to the phablet-dominated mix at this year's CES. It's also slimmer than its bigger sibling, measuring just 0.36 of an inch thick and weighing in at just 0.26 of a pound.
Despite its smaller form factor, the HTC One mini packs in a lot of the native features of the original HTC One. It comes, for example, with BoomSound, HTC's dual-front stereo speaker system, and supports BlinkFeed, an HTC feature that collects real-time news and social media updates most relevant to its user and places those updates on the phone's home panel.
The HTC One mini sells for $100 with a contract.