An Estonian website has posted hands-on pictures of what it claims is the much-rumoured HTC One mini (codenamed HTC M4), a new phone in HTC's line-up that gives many of the thrills of the manufacturer's flagship device, but is smaller and less expensive.

Website Forte claims that the 4.3-inch 720p Android handset comes with a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and a 4-megapixel rear-facing camera with HTC's Ultrapixel technology.

It also says the phone will come out in August at a price of 400 euros (£340), but until there is official confirmation, it's all to be taken with a pinch of salt.

Pocket-lint has also been told that a larger version of the HTC One is in the pipeline. Sources familiar with the matter told us at the end of May that a device with a screen larger than 5-inches would be announced soon. Like the HTC One mini, the large screen HTC One will feature much, if not all, the features fans love about the current flagship smartphone.