The Huawei Mate 8 was a great phone with a mediocre camera, but Huawei has made great strides since the Mate 8 was released thanks to a partnership with Leica. Now the Chinese giant looks set to bring some of that new technology to the followup flagship Mate 9.

A fresh batch of leaked photos claim to show the Huawei Mate 9 in action, though the metal frame doesn’t feature any branding from the Chinese company. It does show a pair of rear cameras with cutouts on either side, for what could be a flash modules, and perhaps a laser auto-focus feature. There’s also a circular hole below the cameras where Huawei will likely place the usual fingerprint scanner.

The leaker offers up a list of specs for the Mate 9 as well. The device allegedly packs a massive 5.9-inch display, though it may still stick with a 1080p resolution. It could also come with a new in-house Kirin 960 processor clocked at 2.6GHz, dual 16-megapixel rear cameras, Android 7.0 Nougat software and a choice of either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.

The device certainly looks like a Huawei smartphone, and shares some design elements featured in the Mate 8. The lack of branding makes it difficult to say with certainty that this is the real thing, though it’s likely only a matter of time before the company officially unveils its next flagship phone.