Having my work edited by Shane DIngman over at The Globe & Mail consistently makes me look like a better writer than I actually am. My review of the HTC One Mini is no exception. While I was caught up in the minutiae of the hardware and what folks might find irritating about it, Shane was quick to prod me on to the fact that the One Mini—a sharp looking phone with underwhelming internal specs—might well have been the first sign of HTC’s return to making affordable budget phones for the masses.
Well played, Dingman. Well played.
Anyway, that’s credit where credit’s due. For a full rad of the piece, head on over to The Globe & Mail.