Having finally spilled the beans on the details of their 4G venture, Vodafone are now pumping 4G-ready phones onto their network. The latest of which is the 4G-ready HTC One Mini, the little brother to the best Android phone of the year so far.
Priced at £34 per month with unlimited data for the first three months then 2GB of data per month thereafter, it comes with unlimited calls and texts and access to Vodafone’s 4G service when it launches on 29th August. Vodafone will also be giving new 4G HTC One Mini owners a choice of access to Spotify’s premium music streaming service or Sky Sports Mobile TV to sweeten the deal.
The phone itself is an aluminium-finished stunner, rocking a 4.3-inch 720p display (341 ppi) powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 dual-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz. Running the HTC Sense 5 interface, it comes with companies news/social aggregating home page BlinkFeed, as well as the breakthrough Ultrapixel camera, capable of superb low-light shooting.
For more on Vodafone’s 4G plans, click here.