A tiny, mediocre display
The Motorola Droid Mini features a small 4.3-inch LCD screen. Sadly it lacks the high contrast or accurate colors of Motorola's other new phones, namely the Moto X, Droid Ultra, and Droid Maxx.
Smooth, shiny, but slippery
The back side of the Motorola Droid Mini is smooth to the touch and glossy but is a fingerprint magnet. You can also see here the phone's 10-megapixel camera with LED flash circled by a large speaker.
A compact profile
Measuring just 0.35 inch thick, the Droid Mini is tiny enough to squeeze into tight places.
Controls on the right
The right edge of the Motorola Droid Mini holds its only physical controls, a volume bar, and power button.
Connect over USB
On the bottom lip of the Motorola Droid Mini is a Micro-USB port for charging and transferring files.
Link headphone cords up top
The Motorola Droid Mini's top edge holds a 3.5mm headphone jack for attaching wired audio devices.
A secret SIM slot
In an interesting twist, the Droid Mini's volume buttons double as the phone's SIM card slot.
Pint-size but packing modern Android
Despite its small stature, the Motorola Droid Mini runs Android 4.2.2 powered by Motorola's X8 computing platform.
See it on the big screen
The Motorola Droid Mini supports Wireless Display technology for pushing screen content to compatible TVs and monitors.
Share photos with Droid Zap
The Motorola Droid Mini lets you send photos and video to other nearby Android phones via the Droid Zap app.
Speak your phone commands
Equipped with Motorola's Touchless Control feature, the Droid Mini listens out for your spoken commands.
Meet Motorola's new camera
Onboard the Droid Mini is the same paired-down camera app you'll find on the Droid Maxx, Droid Ultra, and Moto X.