OnePlus is set to officially announce its next smartphone later this week, but a new leak may have revealed the final details a few days ahead of time. A poster for the OnePlus X appears to show how much the device will cost, along with a render of the final design.

It looks like the OnePlus X will cost 1699 yuan (roughly $267), though the leaker also mentions a possible cheaper option for 1099 yuan ($173). That seems too good to be true. We’re not expecting the device to cost less than $200, though it probably won’t cost much more than that either.

A picture of the OnePlus X featured on the poster lines up pretty closely with earlier leaks. The device looks like a modern slate, with rounded edges and a metal frame. The bezels along either side also seem nice and thin.

Finally, the leaker rattles off a list of specs, including a 5-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera and 16GB/32GB of storage. We’re also expecting NFC, a 2450mAh fast charging battery and a water-resistant design.

OnePlus is set to reveal the new phone on Oct. 29. We’ll have plenty more coverage once the device is official, but stay tuned this week for any more last minute info as it leaks out.