The much hyped and long awaited HTC One Mini specifications have finally been confirmed by a new entry on popular benchmark database website GFX Bench. The entry confirms most of the specifications that we were already aware of, but brings to light a bit more.
HTC's One Mini, the 'Mini' version of their flagship, will be powered by a not-so-powerful 1.4 GHz dual-core Snapdragon 400 chipset. The Adreno 305 GPU, in my opinion, might fall short of powering the latest and greatest 3D intensive mobile games on that 4.3" 720p HD display of unknown make (perhaps Super LCD 3?). HTC's exclusive UltraPixel camera technology makes an appearance, so does the new stereo BoomSound speakers. Apart from that, we have a mediocre 1700 mAh battery, might have disappointed half the readers, and for good reason too. Android 4.2.2 runs the show, with HTC Sense 5 UI running on top of it of course.