10 Show-Stopping Smartphones From CES 2014


HTC One Mini

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.

 



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