HTC Butterfly Gets Mini: New Accessory Uses NFC, Converts Massive Phablet Into Palm Friendly

By Gizbot Bureau

    HTC Butterfly is the latest phablet from the Taiwanese tech giant adding to its already popular handsets portfolio. The Chinese customers of HTC Butterfly would be happy to hear about a newly introduced companion for the handset. HTC Mini is the recently released accessory that includes a lot of interesting options to control HTC Butterfly. It is a Bluetooth device that can tether to the handset by means of Near Field Communication and can be used as a mini phone alternative as well.


    Whether users leave their handset in a purse, backpack or a desk, HTC Mini helps them to access their mobile actions with ease. The accessory comes with a tiny digital screen by which call history, calendar info or messages of the phone can be relayed. The flexibility options make it easy for HTC Mini to get transformed as a TV remote.

    HTC Butterfly Gets Mini: New Accessory Uses NFC

    If in case the HTC Butterfly gets misplaced somewhere around user's working place or home, the HTC Mini can be used to trace it out by ringing it. It acts as a remote for the camera section of Butterfly, as well.

    For those who do not possess an HTC Butterfly, there is no point of getting an HTC Mini as there is no independent functionality for the accessory. Moreover, there is no provision to include a separate SIM and make use of it as a phone.

    HTC Butterfly is now available in the online store of the company at a price tag of $771 (Rs.42, 500 approx). For those users who purchase this handset from the online store, HTC Mini shall be thrown in reportedly free of cost.

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