The latest iPhone 8 rumor gives some clues about what the new smartphone might look like when it finally hits stores.

In a video obtained by 9To5Mac and tech journalist Shai Mizrachi, a purported demo unit of iPhone 8 is showcased is shown to share the major features detailed by past leaks and rumors. These include the phone’s silver siding, lack of a physical Home button on the front and a vertical camera unit on the rear.

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The video also places the demo unit side-by-side with an iPhone 7 Plus to provide some additional potential details on the new phone. From the clip, the purported demo unit has a slightly more rectangular shape with wider curves similar to the iPhone 4. The iPhone demo unit also suggests it will have the same 5.8-inch screen hinted at in various rumors.

The leaked video lines up with a suite of past rumors about the Apple iPhone 8 and its significant changes to past models in the series. The front side of the phone is expected to eschew both the space for a physical Home button and much of its top covering in a bid to have a true edge-to-edge display. The Home button and Touch ID potentially could be integrated either into the phone’s screen or added onto a sensor in the iPhone’s backside though the demo unit doesn’t appear to have any buttons on the rear.

In addition, the top portion of the phone’s screen consistently has been trimmed in several leaks. Instead of a solid covering extending from one side of the phone to the other, the top portion of the phone will have only a partial cover that is expected to house the phone’s speaker, light sensor and camera. This new potential design, which further emphasizes the iPhone 8’s screen size, has been seen in leaks ranging from design schematics to accessory releases.

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As with past Apple releases, the iPhone 8 is rumored to include a litany of higher-end features. These rumors have ranged from wireless charging with a possible glass iPhone back to augmented reality functionality that’s integrated directly into the phone.

Although AR is still in its relatively early stages, it has been a strong pet project for Apple. CEO Tim Cook has regularly been a public proponent of the technology and at its Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month, the company unveiled its ARKit toolset for developers to add AR functionality into their apps.