The images show a device with a similar design as the current iPad Mini, but a little thicker, presumably to make room for a larger battery to power a high-resolution Retina display.
This wouldn't be the first time Apple made a device thicker to fit a Retina display. Apple increased the third-generation iPad's thickness last year so it could fit a larger battery to power the sharper screen.
Here are a few photos:
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