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Make it smaller and faster!


May 15, 2014, 10:18 AM
I'd be drooling over this if it was 4.3inches at most and at least 1.5-2GB of RAM, processor I can probably live with.

I admit, I probably don't need THAT much RAM but my HTC One S from Spring 2012 has 1.5Ghz dual core and 1GB RAM... sucks that the specs on this arent too much of an improvement despite comparing dual core vs quad core.

Looks awesome, though not really a mini!

May 15, 2014, 10:31 AM
I agree, though what are the actual dimensions of the HTC One Mini 2 (ugh, such a mouthful)?? Would be interested to compare this with the upcoming Moto X+1 (which I hope will include a better processor and microSD slot finally)

May 15, 2014, 12:21 PM
Yeah I also think the same. Why do these companies think that smaller screen lovers want slower machines as well? I bought my Droid Mini only because of that reason, it shared the same underpinnings that the larger brother the MAXX & Ultra!

I don't need the best camera, and a 4.3" 720p screen is more than large enough for me; but why drop processor speed from 2.3 GHz to 1.2?? That's too much of a sacrifice. I'd rather pay an additional $25 and save some waiting time & hiccup's for the next 24 months! Give me at least a 1.7 GHz! At least it's still quad core, unlike the new announced Moto E which is only a Dual Core 1.2.

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