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.
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