So Verizon’s getting its own HTC phone called the One Remix and the handset doesn’t appear to be one of the devices already announced by the Taiwanese company. A press render of the devices has been posted online and while it doesn’t showcase the entire phone, it does provide some interesting details about the design.
The image was posted by none other than EvLeaks (see below). The phone doesn’t look to be as large as the flagship One M8 and it could be identical to the One mini 2 in size. It also appears to share the same design as the latter handset, but there’s one small difference. The HTC One Remix has two-shade design where the front and rear panels are drenched in silver, while the middle frame is sprayed in blue. This suggests that the company could be offering custom pain jobs like what Motorola did with the Moto X, hence the name Remix.
HTC One Remix, for Verizon [discussion: http://t.co/XvFgRppiFI] pic.twitter.com/sFO3JyBNd1
— @evleaks (@evleaks) May 17, 2014
The smartphone is most likely to be a modified version of the One mini 2 for Big Red. So you can expect to find the same features as the compact flagship including Boom Sound speakers, the latest version of the Sense UI and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Here are the specs of the One mini 2:
– Display: 4.5-inch 720p HD panel
– Processor: 1.2GHz quad core Snapdragon 400
– Memory: 1GB RAM, 16GB storage
– Camera: 5MP front, 13MP rear
– Battery: 2100mAh
There’s no information on whether the HTC One Remix will be exclusive to Verizon and we’re still to see a release date for the smartphone.