In a matter of pleasant timing, the global version of the HTC One mini (PO58200) has been given the sweet go-ahead of approval from the Federal Communications Commission. As usual, we went through the documents that so discretely discuss the various radiation measurements, antenna placement and other intensely deep numbers and couldn't uncover any details we didn't know already, but FCC approval is always a rite of passage that indicates the phone is on the right track to a release sooner rather than later. Here's hoping this is a signal that we'll be playing with the new miniature device next month, as HTC has promised.
Global HTC One mini approved by FCC
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