HTC One Mini reaches the FCC with AT&Tcapable LTE

There have been rumors of the HTC One mini coming to AT&T, including a reported press shot from Android Police, but we've seen little in the way of hard evidence. Thankfully, the FCC just gave us Exhibit A: the One Mini has once again shown up at the US agency, this time with support for AT&T-friendly HSPA+ and LTE frequencies. Although there are few surprises in store, the new variant doesn't offer HSPA+ for T-Mobile; HTC isn't likely to repeat the multi-carrier strategy that brought the full-size One to the US. That may disappoint customers on other networks, although if it's any comfort, the FCC appearance hints that the device could reach Americans relatively soon.


HTC One mini passes through the FCC with AT&T-capable LTE