HTC One Remix Stories July 23, 2014

The HTC One mini 2 is coming to America, but it will be carrying a different moniker. After weeks of rumors and leaks, Verizon confirmed today that it will start selling the HTC One Remix on July 24th for $100 with a two year service agreement. If you’re not familiar with the mini 2 Remix, it’s pretty much a watered-down version of the HTC One M8.

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HTC One Remix Stories July 21, 2014

HTC One Remix reportedly launching on Verizon on July 24th

The HTC One Remix will be launching on Verizon on July 24th, according to @evleaks. If you’re unfamiliar with this device, it’s believed to be the US version of the HTC One mini 2, which features a 4.5-inch 720p display, a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 13-megapixel rear-facing shooter and a front-facing 5-megapixel camera. This compressed HTC One also ships with Android 4.4.2 skinned with Sense 6.

HTC One Remix Stories May 29, 2014

The HTC One mini 2 is rumored to hit the US as the HTC One Remix and although we’ve officially seen the former, we’ve yet to see it materialize with any carrier branding. Today, however, we’re getting a closer look at what might be heading to Verizon thanks to the often reliable @evleaks. If in fact the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer decides to bring its petite smartphone to the US, it’ll most likely be coated with Big Red’s emblem.

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HTC One Remix Stories May 15, 2014

HTC One mini 2 will reportedly be Verizon’s HTC One Remix

The HTC One mini 2 was announced earlier today, but the Taiwanese phone maker didn’t share any details about US carriers offering the device. However, it appears that the company’s shrunken flagship could be coming to Verizon. According to evleaks, the mini 2 will be available on Big Red’s network as the HTC One Remix. This wouldn’t be the first time an American carrier used a different name for an international device, however we’re not too sure if this tactic is really necessary. Nevertheless, Verizon customers may soon be able to get their hands on what HTC calls the “most grippable Android ever.”

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