This is the HTC One Plus. Or at least, it's the most convincing leak of HTC's upcoming flagship we've seen so far.
Supplied (and subsequently removed) by Russian site mobiltelefon.ru, the leaked shots match up with all the HTC Plus rumours we've seen to date.
The design is almost identical to the existing HTC One (which is no bad thing), bar the removal of the front capacitive navigation buttons on the bottom bezel.
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The on-screen buttons can be summoned or removed with a simple swipe gesture, and the extra bezel space appears to have been filled with more screen.
This supports rumours of a 5in full HD screen in a body no bigger than the current HTC One.
Other rumoured specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, Android KitKat 4.4.
The HTC One Plus will also arrive with two rear cameras, which could be used for Lytro-like post-shot refocusing.
HTC is expected to unveil the One Plus at a New York launch event in March, where all will finally be revealed.