HTC was quick to put its hot-new HTC One Mini through FCC’s approval process, making the device ready to be sold on the U.S. soil. That, however, doesn’t mean this particular model will be released across the States. Quite the contrary, the One Mini government-employed engineers got to test is the international version of the device that most likely won’t be released by neither AT&T (which is a usual suspect) nor any other operator. Still, the Taiwanese company wants to make sure those travelling to the U.S. can legally use their fancy new One Mini… or something of that sorts.
Additional details, including results of various tests, are available from this page at FCC’s website. It’s a dull read so if you have anything else to do, we suggesting skipping it. ;)’