Rumor has it the Galaxy Note 5 is about a month away from its big debut. We can’t wait to get an official look at Samsung’s new phablet, but for now these beautiful 3D renders should do the trick.

Unfortunately these images didn’t leak out of Samsung’s own offices. Instead, they come from Humster3D, which specializes in creating 3D models of upcoming devices. They’re actually based on a handful of earlier leaks, but they really bring the Galaxy Note 5 to life.

Based on these renders, the Galaxy Note 5 won’t be an exact copy of the Galaxy S6‘s design. It offers a similar glass and metal style, but with a bit more curve in the back. The upcoming phablet actually looks pretty similar to the Galaxy A8, though with a thicker frame and better hardware inside.

Specifically, the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to pack a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, a new Exynos processor with 4GB of RAM and an improved S Pen stylus. It’s unclear if the new phone will feature upgraded cameras or offer the same modules as the Galaxy S6.

Samsung will apparently unveil the Galaxy Note 5 alongside the rumored Galaxy S6 Edge Plus next month at an event allegedly set for August 12. That’s a month earlier than usual, though recent rumors suggest the company is racing to release its new phablet ahead of schedule in an effort to undercut Apple’s upcoming iPhones.