Last month, the HTC One mini was introduced. Earlier this month, the device made its way over to the FCC for a meet and greet with the suits in that office. Now, the bite-sized version of HTC's most successful model in years is available to be pre-ordered for both HSPA+ and 4G models from Negri Electronics. The phone comes in three different versions with each model available in black or silver. Model 601E offers HSPA+ connectivity and is priced at $522.50. Models 601S and 601N both support LTE and are priced at $617.50 and $598.50, respectively.

Yes, the HTC One mini looks like an HTC One that went through the wash. Features like BinkFeed, BoomSound speakers and an UltraPixel camera are all here, with a 4.3 inch screen. Just keep in mind that there is no set delivery date for the phone. And more importantly, as an unlocked model, the phone will support AT&T's 3G pipeline with limited support for T-Mobile.

We've seen the HTC One mini photographed wearing the colors of AT&T and earlier rumors had a version of the phone coming to T-Mobile, so keep in mind that carrier-supported variants should be on the way.


The HTC One mini can be pre-ordered in the U.S. from Negri



source: HTC One mini available for pre-orders in the U.S.