The HTC One Max leaked again this week, showing up in a filing from the Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center MIIT—basically China’s FCC—showing the phablet from a number of angles. We also see the rumored fingerprint scanner make an appearance on the back of the device just below the rear camera.

HTC’s rumored phablet is expected to come equipped with a 5.9-inch 1080p display, a 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 processor, a 3300mAh battery, a 4-UltraPixel rear camera, a 2.1-megapixel secondary camera, 2GB of RAM, and run Android 4.3 with the company’s own Sense 5 UI on top. Based on previous leaks, the device will launch in October for $800 off-contract.

With the HTC One Max leaking on a regular basis at this point, the device’s official launch can’t be far off. According to CTech—a popular mobile leaker based on Chinese social media site Sina Weibo—HTC will unveil the new phablet in the very near future, with the device hitting stores around Oct. 15. This seems a bit optimistic considering the company’s recent history of supply chain issues, but hopefully we won’t have to wait long now for an official announcement from Taiwan.