HTC’s flagship phone, the HTC One, just went all Verne Troyer on us. Launching next month, the HTC One Mini shares a lot of the traits and features of its big brother, but a few key items are missing in a tradeoff for the compact size (and lower price). The 4.3-inch display gets a lower 1280 x 720 resolution, slower processor, and the RAM goes from 2GB to 1GB. But you’re still getting Beats Audio support and HTC’s Ultrapixel technology for some really sharp photos. If you’re looking for a nice little one-hander, the Mini may be made for you (and Verne).