Apple is likely gearing up for mass production of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and it looks like we’re already seeing the first leaks out of Foxconn. A new set of images may reveal Apple’s plans for an upgraded camera on the new smartphone.

Based on the latest leak, it looks like the iPhone 6s will feature a 12-megapixel primary camera. The upgraded shooter may also be capable of recording 4K video and 240 frames per second (FPS) slow motion, a feature we’ve been waiting for, and one that has long been offered by Android devices. A second document suggests the device could pack 2GB of RAM. The news lines up with previous rumors suggesting Apple might finally improve its iPhone camera and add some extra memory this year.

The photos, which both show a small section of what looks like an official document, were originally uploaded to Chinese social network Weibo. They’ve since been pulled, but not before quickly spreading online. That doesn’t exactly make this the most reliable source, though there’s nothing too far out or unexpected revealed in the new leak.

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are also expected to feature Force Touch and a new LTE chip capable of delivering significantly faster downloads. Apple is likely to unveil the new phones at an event in September, though leaks like this will probably only increase as production picks up.