The Galaxy Note 8 might be the first Samsung Android smartphone to feature a set of dual cameras, but it isn’t the only one. Samsung’s Galaxy J7 Plus will also feature a dual-camera setup, as revealed by newly leaked photos.

The Galaxy J7 Plus (stylized as J7+) will be joining the still-growing J series of Samsung, which currently includes the Galaxy J7, J7 Pro, J7 Prime, J7 Nxt, J7 Perx and the J7 Max, as pointed out by Android Authority. What sets the J7 Plus apart is that it will be Samsung’s second handset to feature dual cameras on its back. Photos of the Galaxy J7 Plus first popped up on Weibo, but a hands-on video of the device also emerged on YouTube earlier this month.

Leaked promotional materials show that the Galaxy J7 Plus will arrive with a 5.5-inch 1080p full HD AMOLED display. Unfortunately, the device doesn’t have an Infinity Display like the high-end Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and the Note 8. The Galaxy J7 Plus will still have thick top and bottom bezels and will have a metal body.

Although the thick bezels might turn off some consumers, at least its fingerprint sensor is located up front, as pointed out by 9To5Google. The most common complaint with the Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and now the Note 8 is that their fingerprint sensors are located on the back right beside the camera modules.

Users with smaller hands have difficulty reaching the fingerprint sensor on the back, while some see it as a terrible design choice. Another complaint is that users would often mistake the camera as the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. This might also end up being the same problem on the Note 8.

Overall, the design of the Galaxy J7 Plus might seem a bit dated for a 2017 smartphone, but its minimalistic design and metal body make it an attractive-looking device. It also appears as though the handset will feature a Bixby button on its left-hand side.

The Galaxy J7 Plus is expected to be a mid-ranger. It will be powered by an unspecfied 2.4GHz octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a 3,000 mAh battery. Storage can also be expanded up to 256GB through a microSD card. The device is listed as running Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

As for camera technology, the Galaxy J7 Plus has one 13-megapixel sensor with an f/1.7 aperture lens and one 5-megapixel sensor with an f/1.9 aperture lens. These cameras will work together to deliver background blur effects for taking photos. This is expected to be the same Live Focus feature from the Galaxy Note 8’s dual cameras.

What remains unclear however is whether the dual cameras on the Galaxy J7 Plus will feature optical image stabilization (OIS). Both lenses on the Note 8’s back feature OIS to stabilize photos taken with shaky hands. The Galaxy J7 Plus might only have one camera with OIS, but it’s also possible that neither cameras will have it. Samsung could just simply put electronic image stabilization (EIS).

There’s no information yet on when the Galaxy J7 Plus will be released, nor are there details on its pricing. However, Samsung will be attending IFA Berlin 2017 later this week. It’s highly likely that the company will reveal more details about the Galaxy J7 Plus during the event.