The upcoming HTC One E9+ has been revealed in full on the company’s Chinese website, though it may not have been on purpose. A product page for the powerful new smartphone surfaced this weekend confirming rumors of a plastic flagship device.

As expected, the HTC One E9+ packs a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560-pixel display at 534 PPI, a 20-megapixel rear camera, an UltraPixel camera up front and surround sound BoomSound speakers using Dolby Audio technology. We’re also expecting a slightly less powerful One E9 model with a 1080p display and a 13-megapixel rear camera.

Both devices are set to feature the same design, which seems pretty slick based on HTC’s own renders. From the front, the E9+ actually looks almost identical to the all-aluminum One M9 thanks to its metal frame, though with a significantly bigger 5.5-inch footprint.

For now, it looks like the HTC One E9+ will be limited to China and other parts of Asia, and it’s still unclear how much the device will cost or when it will hit the market. It’s likely we’ll hear more at the company’s upcoming April 8 event in Beijing, where we’re also hoping to learn about the rumored HTC One M9+ along with both E9 devices.