The mini, which is clearly a Galaxy S4 mini competitor, has a 4.3” screen displaying in 720p, but keep many of the same specs as the HTC One. It will reportedly have a 1,700mAh battery, and 16GB of storage.
The Butterfly, however, is more like a beefed up One. While no reliable specs are available, it is said to have a larger battery, Micro SD slot, and updated Snapdragon processor. Expect the phone later this month.
Does all this mean the HTC One is dead in the water? Not at all. With an upcoming Nexus experience device, and these two new phones designed and built from its architecture, the One is HTC’s new blueprint device. The Taiwanese company seems to be riding the wave of admiration and attention the device is getting, and is set to release two color variants – blue and red – sometime this summer.