HTC is rumoured to be developing a smaller version of its HTC One – the HTC One Mini.
According to an insider, the smartphone has a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a 720p display, reports Androidnext.de. It's also said to have a 4MP Ultrapixel sensor and a 1.6 MP front camera.
The HTC One Mini is only supposedly around 1cm shorter than the standard HTC One, too.
Other reports suggest that HTC itself has hinted at developing a Mini version of the HTC One after it posted a "little things that pack a big punch" blog post infographic yesterday.
"It's often assumed that small equals timid or ineffective - think again," read a statement. "These tiny people, animals and phenomena pack a big punch."
The HTC One launched in March this year and sold around five million units within its first few months on sale.
Here are the reportedly leaked images of the HTC One Mini: