The LG G5 is slated to get announced in the next week on Feb. 21. However, the smartphone has been already spotted on an e-commerce website from Dubai.

According to Phone Arena, someone has managed to get hold of a LG G5 smartphone from the U.S. and has put it on sale on Dubizzle. The website is considered as Dubai’s Craiglist. It is listed with a price tag of 2,500 dirhams which equates to around $680, according to current exchange rates.

The LG G5 that is listed on Dubizzle has a valid IMEI number and is available with its original packaging. The smartphone seems to be sporting a metallic chassis. On the rear side, there is a round shaped fingerprint scanner. Above it, the LG G5 features a dual-camera setup.

The LG G5 slightly resembles the LG Nexus 5X smartphone. According to the well-known leakster, Evan Blass, who has claimed to have seen the LG G5 in flesh has tweeted that it will be arriving with a secondary screen.

The LG G5’s secondary screen is expected to resemble the additional screen available on the LG V10 smartphone that was released in the last quarter of 2015. The LG G5 may feature a different sized secondary screen than what is present on the LG V10.

The South Korean tech giant has already confirmed that the LG G5 Quick Cover case will enable users to view information such as time, date and alerts from the Always-On Display (AOD) of the secondary screen, GSM Arena reported.

It is interesting to note that Dubizzle has also listed soon to be released Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones. The 2016 Samsung flagships have also been imported from the U.S.

The other rumored specs of the LG G5 include Snapdragon 820, 4 GB of RAM and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS. The smartphone is slated to get announced on Feb. 21.