HTC released the One Mini 2 about a month ago as the smaller, more budget conscious variant of the HTC One M8. The device still brought the premium build of the M8, but sacrificed the high end specs. Up until now though, the One Mini 2 wasn’t thought to come to US carriers, but now it is, and it’s not too hard to guess which one.
That’s right. As if the massive logos didn’t give it away, the One Mini 2 is head to none other than Verizon Wireless as the HTC One Remix. Sporting a 4.5″ inch display the device is thought to be identical to the One Mini 2. Verizon hasn’t shown us the specifications in depth just yet, but assuming they are the same, this phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 400 processor backed by a single GB of RAM. You can take pictures with the 13MP shooter around back and your inner teenage girl will be delighted with the 5MP wide-angle front facing camera.
The HTC One Remix will be available starting tomorrow, July 24th, for $99.99 with a two-year contract. The device comes pre-loaded with Sense 6 on top of Android 4.4.2 KitKat and all the bloatware you’ll ever not need. The device is also capable of Verizon’s new XLTE which brings faster speeds.