Samsung just launched the Galaxy Note 7, but it’s already preparing to launch another powerful Android phone. What’s next in the company’s lineup? It might just be a flip phone with some impressively powerful hardware.

The SM-W2017, code-named “Veyron,” was spotted yesterday on benchmarking site Geekbench with flagship-level specs, including a Snapdragon 820 chip and 4GB of RAM. Now it’s arrived on AnTuTu as well, revealing even more hardware in the process. It looks like the device will also pack a 1080p display, a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera and 64GB of storage. The new benchmark also reaffirms the Snapdragon 820 and 4GB of RAM we already knew about.

Aside from the display, those specs are pretty much identical to the Galaxy Note 7. It’s almost as if Samsung plans to take its latest flagship phone and squeeze it into a clamshell design. That’s great news for anyone who still prefers the old flip phone form factor over today’s massive phablets.

Unfortunately for any flip phone fans out there, the SM-W2017 will likely be limited to China. Samsung offered last year’s W2016 as a Chinese exclusive, and there’s no reason to believe the sequel will be any different. It’s possible the company could surprise us, but you probably shouldn’t pin your hopes on the Android clamshell.