Rumor has it HTC’s next flagship phone will look pretty similar to last year’s One (M8). Now, a new set of leaked photos sent to Phandroid seem to confirm those claims, while giving us our best look yet at HTC One M9.

If these new photos are the real deal, then the HTC One M9 really does look almost identical to the M8, at least from the front. You can clearly see that the power button has been moved from the top to the side of the device, where it should be easier to find with your thumb. Meanwhile, the volume rocker on last year’s model has become a pair of separated toggles, which sit just above the new power button. Based on previous leaks, we’re expecting HTC to ditch that Duo Camera setup in back, but there’s no way to confirm this based on the latest images.

Phandroid‘s source also claims to know that the One M9 will pack a Snapdragon 810, 3GB of RAM and a 5-inch display. Beyond that, we’re expecting a 20-megapixel rear camera, an UltraPixel front-facing camera, a 2840mAh battery and Android 5.0 along with HTC’s latest Sense 7.0 software.

Overall, this is shaping up to be a pretty solid device, and we can’t wait to see it for ourself at the company’s big event on March 1.