Google is set to unveil the Pixel and Pixel XL at an event next week, but there’s still time left for another unofficial look at the new phones. The latest leak comes from the typically trustworthy OnLeaks, who’s offering a detailed 3D render of the Pixel XL based on alleged factory schematics.

The render lines up with recent leaks and offers a more detailed look at some of the Pixel XL’s nooks and crannies. You can see the rumored dual speakers and USB-C port on the bottom edge, along with a headphone jack up top. The overall design looks a bit like the HTC 10 with its beveled edges, but the home button has been replaced by a fingerprint scanner in back.

OnLeaks also reveals the Pixel XL’s dimensions. The smartphone is apparently 154.72mm tall and 75.74mm wide. It’s also slightly thicker up top at 8.5mm, while the bottom of the device is just 7.3mm thick.

Google’s expected to pack the Pixel XL with a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 821 process, a 3450mAh battery, 4GB of RAM, at least 32GB of storage, a 12-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing shooter. It will likely run Android 7.1 out of the box, along with some special Pixel Launcher software.

The device is all but confirmed to debut next week at Google’s big October 4 event, where we could see a ton of new hardware and more. Check out our preview for a full rundown of what to expect, and come back on Tuesday for live coverage of all the news as it’s announced.