Chinese site MyDrivers recently leaked a photo and some specs for a new HTC handset called the Desire 8 – and now the Taiwanese smartphone maker has all but confirmed its industrial design.

On its Weibo account, HTC has published a teaser image for what rumors have described as a new, mid-range Android handset with a 5.5-inch display, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5.5-megapixel counterpart fitted on the front. While those specs are still unconfirmed, the digital poster does feature the same handset photo originally leaked by MyDrivers.

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It appears to have an all-plastic construction, with a volume rocker and lock button on the right-hand edge. It’s a clean design that would fit in with the high-end HTC One and its sleek, metal design – which the company appears to be reusing for its successor later this year. The Desire 8 also has front-facing grills – six holes for each – both on the top and bottom of the device, making a ‘BoomSound’ dual-speaker set up a distinct possibility.

Weibo (Via AndroidCommunity)