There's been plenty of talk about the forthcoming OnePlus One handset in recent weeks, but so far - even in this era of uber leaks - we've yet to catch a glimpse of the intriguing, affordable device.
That may have changed this weekend after a series of press renders claiming to show the handset in all its glory have emerged out of China, ahead of the official April 23 reveal date.
The leaked snaps show a supremely slim-looking handset, a series of swappable rear cases and what looks very much like an Apple Lightning-style charging cable.
These pictures are the latest piece of the puzzle for a device that's been labelled a potential smartphone giantkiller that can challenge the top Android and iPhone handsets.
The maker of the device, which will run the popular, Android-based CyanogenMod operating system, has already pledged a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 801 CPU, 4G LTE connectivity and 3GB of RAM.
The firm has also promised to sell the device for just £290/$400, which appears to be seriously good value for such a high-spec handset.
The full picture will be revealed on Wednesday during the official launch, when we're likely to see a full spec sheet and a release date.
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