The HTC One Mini has not escaped us at all over the past week (UA Profiles and such), no sir, and we do know that it has been confirmed to be the HTC M4 all this while. Well, there were whispers going around that the HTC One Mini could very well make its way to the folks over at T-Mobile, but it seems that AT&T could very well be its final destination at the moment, at least according to a source that remains close to HTC. The thing is, this anonymous source did not have the details concerning the HTC One Mini’s launch date, but we have heard previous whispers that it could very well make its debut later this August.
Just what kind of hardware can we find in the HTC One Mini? For starters, it is tipped to arrive with a 4.3” display (that certainly more or less rules the “Mini” bit out in its name, no?), making it larger than the iPhone, while carrying a decent resolution count of 720 x 1280 pixels, running on a dual-core processor with an UltraPixel camera thrown into the mix to boot. Are you stoked to see whether the HTC One Mini will be able to live up to its reputation, and will it change the way Samsung does their Mini range in the future, too?
It looks like the higher social classes, especially those folks who indulge in fine dining experiences, travel by First Class wherever they go, and are chauffeured from door to door, have a totally different level of “toys” to play with. Kids born with a silver spoon in their mouths would soon be able to drive their very own Porsche without having to wait until they have received their driving license – thanks to a recently released pedal-powered go-kart that will target those who are aged at least five until, er, your butt can no longer cram into the bucket seat.
Specially designed for children who weigh up to 110 pounds, the Porsche Go-Kart will boast of a tubular steel frame, low-profile inflatable tires, sports seat, composite rims and a rear braking system. Hmmm, this sounds pretty much like one of those rides to roll off the production lines in Stuttgart, except that you won’t be able to clock insane speeds on this Go-Kart. Those who are mulling over what to get for their little ones later this Christmas can start shopping around early, as the Porsche Go-Kart retails for $900 a pop.