The HTC One's little brother looks like it'll be great for selfies.
HTC has announced its new HTC One Mini 2 smartphone, a cheaper and more compact model of its flagship HTC One M8.
It will replace its predecessor, the original One Mini. This new version has a 4.5" HD display, bigger than most smaller phones.
Being a compact model, it does lack some of its big brother's flashier features, such as the back camera's depth-sensor, and it uses a less powerful version of the Snapdragon processor.
Still, "high-quality selfies" were apparently a focus for the design team, who gave the Mini 2 a 5MP front-facing camera with a self-timer, as well as Touch Up, allowing users to edit their photos for smooth skin, altered contours of faces, and even manga-style eyes.
The HTC One Mini 2 will be available in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa from June, though a price has yet to be announced. It's available in grey, silver, and gold.
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