United States’ elite carrier has added yet another device to its portfolio. It’s the HTC One Remix this time. This handset is essentially the variant of HTC One mini 2 for Verizon’s CDMA network. HTC One Remix is has Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of RAM. This configuration is typically found on mid-rangers. It carries design cues from the elder sibling HTC One (M8), featuring metal chassis and dual frontal stereo speakers with BoomSound. It picks up the 13MP rear camera sans UltraPixel tech on original M8 and features 5MP front facing camera. HTC One Remix has got a 4.5 inch S-LCD2 display with HD (720p) resolution. There’s 16GB of internal memory with further support for microSD cards. HTC One Remix is ready for Verizon’s network with XLTE. The handset will run on Android KitKat 4.4.2.
Verizon Wireless is selling HTC One Remix from today for $99 with new 2 years contracts. Existing Verizon subscribers can get it as a upgrade through Verizon Edge. It’ll be available for purchase online as well as through Verizon’s stores.