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Where can I buy the HTC One Mini? Retailers point at release date and price

The HTC One Mini was yesterday unveiled as the 4.3-inch sibling to the flagship HTC One, with a number of networks and retailers already confirming their plans to stock the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini rival in the UK.

While high street chain Phones 4u was the first to confirm its plans to stock the HTC One Mini, a raft of further retailers and network providers have since jumped on the bandwagon for the metal clad mid-market handset. A scaled down version of its flagship sibling, the HTC One Mini boasts a 4.3-inch display with a 720p HD resolution. It runs a 1.4GHz dual-core processor alongside 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

Helping you answer the question of where can I buy the HTC One Mini?, we have collated all the stockists and networks set to offer the dual-core device.

Already offering HTC One Mini pre-orders, online retailer and accessory seller MobileFun has also pointed at the HTC One Mini price and release date, two bits of information yet to be confirmed by the Taiwanese manufacturer.

“Mobile Fun are happy to announce that we’ll be offering the HTC One Mini sim-free and unlocked, for £379.99,” an official blog post by the online retailer has confirmed. “The phone will be available from August.”

An official spokesperson for the company added: “We’ll also be offering a full range of HTC One Mini accessories for the new phone, including the leading brands of HTC One Mini cases like Case-Mate, Cellular Line and first-party HTC.”

Where can I buy the HTC One Mini? MobileFun

Phones 4u
Allowing wannabe owners to register their interest in the UltraPixel camera hosting HTC One Mini now, Phones 4u has revealed it will offer the phone from launch. HTC One Mini pricing has yet to be confirmed by the retailer which will offer the phone on a selection of leading networks.

“The HTC One mini will be joining the wide range of HTC smartphones available at Phones 4u stores and online, and will be strengthening our already extensive variety of 4G devices.” Scott Hooton, Chief Commercial Officer at Phones 4u said.

“The HTC One mini is an opportunity for HTC to bring their smartphones to a different set of customers – it’s the smartphone made for those that want the best bits of the HTC One, but in a smaller more compact package.”

Where can I buy the HTC One Mini? Phones 4u

Although not yet allowing consumers to pre-order or register their interest in the phone, an official EE spokesperson has confirmed the network will also offer the HTC One Mini from launch. What’s more, the network will make use of the handset’s 4G connectivity options, offering it on ultra fast speeds.

“Just to confirm that EE, the UK’s only 4G network, will be stocking the HTC One mini,” the company stated.

Where can I buy the HTC One Mini? EE

Confirming its intentions via Twitter, O2 has announced it will back up its stocking on the flagship HTC One by supporting its sub-sized sibling too. “You WANT? We GOT. HTC One Mini, coming to O2 soon,” a Tweet from the official O2 UK Twitter feed stated.

Where can I buy the HTC One Mini? O2


The red hued network is not to be left behind, announcing via an official blog post that it will also play host to the HTC One Mini.

The company declared: “The HTC One mini will be landing at Vodafone in August, so stay tuned to Vodafone Social for more information.”

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