While rumors that the HTC One Mini will be heading for US carrier AT&T have been flying around for a long time, here's an official confirmation that the not-so-mini version of the flagship HTC One will land on AT&T this summer. HTC One Mini has just passed through the FCC. This particular version packs support for LTE and HSPA+. The supported HSPA+ frequencies only match AT&T's profile, not the ones used by T-Mobile, another US carrier. The only possible inference that could be drawn from that is the HTC One Mini will see a very limited launch in the US, at least in the near future. The Taiwanese company might release a different variant for the other carriers somewhere down the line, but for now, it's just AT&T.
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