With a release that has seen a long stream of leaks, rumors, half-announcements and sneak-peeks, HTC has finally pulled the full cover off of their latest handheld gadget, the HTC One Mini. An aptly named version of the company's flagship Android smartphone, the HTC One, the device features a 4.3-inch 720p screen powered by a dual-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor and is assisted by 1GB of DDR2 RAM and 16GB of storage. In addition to these baseline specs, the HTC One Mini supports LTE, has an UltraPixel camera, and has a battery that HTC claims can offer up to about 20 hours of talk time. Altogether, it's a less powerful device compared to its bigger brother, but given its more compact aluminum body, it still is expected to be a strong seller for those looking for a more compact gadget with HTC One skills. The HTC One Mini will be arriving in "select markets” this August, with a wider roll-out scheduled for September.