We’re still about a month away from Samsung’s event that will officially announcement the Galaxy S10, though there won’t be many surprises. We’ve seen plenty of leaks so far and the latest leak continues to spoil away the device, this time with a close-up look of the mysterious punch hole display.

The new images via All About Samsung show off the new Infinity-O display on the Galaxy S10 with a precise close up of how the punch hole cut out will look like. Like previous leaks have confirmed, the standard Galaxy S10 will have the single front-facing camera and the Galaxy S10 Plus will up the ante with a dual-front facing camera with a wider punch hole cut out.

Moving over the the back, we also get a close up look at the new triple-camera system Samsung is incorporating into the Galaxy S10. What you won’t notice is a rear fingerprint scanner which will now live within the display, another new feature the line is introducing. One of the additional changes made to the camera area is a new sensor next to the LED flash. It looks like a refined version of the heartbeat reader, but it’s not entirely clear yet.

Overall, the punch hole cut out looks very good. It doesn’t look like it’ll get in the way too much living in the upper right corner. From the images, it seems Samsung will update the software to account for the notch and everything that lived in the right corner—battery, reception signal, Bluetooth and more—will shift to the left.

Other details the leaked images confirm is the return of the headphone jack and the polished aluminum frame.

Samsung will take the stage at its February 20 event to officially announce the Galaxy S10.