HTC just announced a pair of mid-range Desire smartphones with a unique new design. Now it looks like the company could be prepping a flagship phone with a very familiar style.

The image was shared by Evan Blass, who’s usually pretty reliable when it comes to tech leaks. The basic design looks a lot like the HTC 10, though there are a few obvious changes. The rear flash now sits above the camera and the front-facing camera has shifted as well. The microSD and SIM card slots have also moved to the left edge of the device near the bottom.

The biggest change could be the lack of a headphone jack. The 3.5mm port was located at the top of the HTC 10, but it’s clearly not there on the alleged HTC Bolt. It doesn’t appear to be on the bottom edge either.

If this is HTC’s next flagship phone, then the lack of a headphone jack won’t come as a huge surprise. Apple just did the same for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as did Lenovo for the Moto Z and Moto Z Force. HTC could also argue that listening to music through the USB-C port instead will provide a better audio experience, which the company has pushed as a key feature in recent devices.

Then again, this could just be an unfinished render or maybe even a complete fake. HTC probably won’t announced a successor to the HTC 10 until early next year so the company still has some time to finalize its design.