US carrier AT&T has officially confirmed the release date for HTC One Mini on its 4G network.

AT&T revealed on Monday that the Android 4.2 handset would arrive on 23 August. It'll cost $99.99 (£63) with a two-year agreement. The HTC One Mini is a mid-range variant of the flagship phone HTC One developed by Taiwan-based HTC, and it initially unveiled in July.

Read: HTC One mini vs HTC One: What's the difference?

The HTC One Mini has an almost identical unibody design to the HTC One. It also offers a 720p display, 4MP UltraPixel camera, 1,800mAh battery and 1.4GHz dual-core Snapdragon 400 SoC with 1GB RAM.

Check out the AT&T video below for more details. You can also read Pocket-lint's hands-on with the device, in which we determined the HTC One Mini boasts the same great quality as the HTC One but in a smaller package.