It seems we can’t go more than a few days without a new image of the rumored HTC One M9+ popping up, and with the company’s April 8 announcement quickly approaching the leaks are coming faster than ever. The latest comes in the form of a teaser for the big event, highlighting the physical home button HTC is expected to include with the new device.

The images, which come from MyDrivers, show the alleged HTC One M9+ from a few new angles. Beyond the close-up shot of the home button, which is expected to pack a fingerprint reader, there’s also one showing what looks like a polished volume rocker and a third focused on HTC’s Sense UI. It’s possible these could be fakes; this is the first time we’ve seen the device from any of these specific angles.

The HTC One M9+ is expected to offer a similar design to the flagship M9 with a few noticeable improvements. That includes a slightly larger 5.2-inch Quad HD display, a physical home button and a beefed up Duo Camera in back, along with the same Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM.

The device is still just a rumor for now, and even if the HTC One M9+ is real it could be limited to China at launch. Hopefully we’ll learn more next week at HTC’s big event, where we’re also expected the company to unveil the One E9 and E9+ with plastic designs and high-end specs.