HTC One Mini 2 may offer custom colour accents for added personalization

Daniel Bader

May 5, 2014 4:37pm

We’ve already seen a few leaks of the upcoming HTC One Mini 2, but a photo proffered from Phone Arena shows the device in the wild for the first time, and it’s a beauty.

The rumoured 4.5-inch device may sport custom accent colours for added personalization, similar to the way Motorola allows users to customize their devices using online portal, MotoMaker.

HTC seems to be doing away with its Duo Ultrapixel setup with the diminutive device, too. The One Mini 2 is expected to sport a 13MP rear sensor and 5MP front sensor, along with a 720p screen resolution, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and LTE support.

Recently, @evleaks posted a render of the One Mini 2 in three colours: silver, dark granite, and gold. The device is expected to arrive in those colours at retail, with the customization options via a web portal.

  • JTon

    I honestly couldn’t care less about accent customization.

    • JTon

      I mean, I care so little, it’s quite literally impossible to care to a lesser amount. I could not care any less. But I did a quick google, and the expression DOES appears to be “I could care less”. Now I’m confused

  • Lakh Jhajj

    If this one comes with the same Snapdragon 801 prices so then I don’t know what HTC was thinking while they launched the One M8 with 4 ultra pixels camera. They should have launched that phone with 13 Megapixels Camera. I am sure if they can put 13 mega pixels in HTC one mini 2 they could so that on the One M8 itself.

  • hunkyleepickle

    buuuuttt…..not in Canada i’m sure. thanks a bunch.

  • JT

    I’m a bit weary of HTC. I’ve know about half a dozen people who have owned HTC devices within the last 2-3 years and all of them have lots of complaints/issues with their devices. I think its telling that none of them would get another HTC device.