Not long ago, @evleaks tweeted an image of an upcoming smartphone from Huawei. The unnamed device was pegged for Sept. 2 release at the IFA 2015 event. A Chinese source now says the device will be either the Huawei Mate 7 Plus or Huawei Mate 7 Mini.

The Chinese tech website Mobile Dad said the upcoming Huawei Mate 7 Plus or Huawei Mate 7 Mini will carry the model No. CRR-UL00. Phone Arena has ferreted out configuration details from the AnTuTu benchmark testing site.

The upcoming Huawei Mate 7 Plus or Huawei Mate 7 Mini reportedly will include a pocket-friendly 4.7-inch display, fitted with 1,080-by-1,920 pixel screen resolution. This display combination translates to a pixel density of 469 ppi. The device is believed to be powered by Huawei’s own Kirin chipset in combination with an octa-core, 64-bit processor. The graphics side of things apparently will be taken care of by the Mali-T624 GPU and will be backed by 3GB of RAM.

The Mate 7 handset is to sport a 13 megapixel rear-facing Sony IMX278 sensor and a fingerprint scanner. On the software end, the smartphone will run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS.

Speaking of design, the Huawei Mate 7 Mini or Huawei Mate 7 Plus apparently will flaunt a full-metal build. The report also said the tech giant planned to introduce the Force Touch technology made famous by Apple via its Watch; however, that plan has apparently been dropped.

Huawei has not confirmed the Mate 7 Plus or Huawei Mate 7 Mini specifications.

Here is the image showing the upcoming Huawei smartphone: