AT&T HTC One Mini press render leaks
The HTC One Mini has been officially introduced around ten days ago, and the smaller One is headed to AT&T. That much has been made obvious by the leak of press renders depicting that particular carrier’s version of the One Mini. It’s unclear at the moment if AT&T is going to have an exclusive on this handset, and if it will, whether it’s going to be a limited time thing or not. So for now all that is certain is that at some point you’ll be able to walk into your neighborhood AT&T store and purchase an HTC One Mini. When exactly that will happen is yet another unknown right now, but these things have a way of being leaked ahead of time.
So don’t worry, you’ll probably find out what the release date is for AT&T’s One Mini long before that day comes. We’ll obviously do our best to keep you posted on the matter. On to the renders now.
As you can see, the Beats Audio logo has turned grey and isn’t its usual bright red (which isn’t a bad thing at all if you ask us). AT&T’s logo is there, of course, but more understated than ever, and it fits nicely with all the grey surrounding it.
The Blink Feed home screen shown in the render of the front of the device has had its location changed to Atlanta (it was London in the press render for the international One Mini). Oh, and the ‘carrier’ is obviously AT&T in the top left corner too. The stories in the Blink Feed have changed as well compared to those in the original renders.
And that’s about it. Like its bigger and more capable brother the One, the One Mini looks exactly the same on AT&T as it does on any other carrier across the world. Let’s all take a moment and appreciate the fact that HTC is finally following Samsung’s lead and stopped letting carriers customize its devices just for the sake of differentiation – remember all those versions of the Samsung Galaxy S, for example? Well, that won’t happen with the HTC One, or the One Mini (or the Galaxy S4 for that matter). And that’s excellent. One particular handset is the exact same thing now regardless of which carrier’s store you’re in.
Via Android Police