There’s now more reason to believe a previous leak claiming that Apple’s iPhone 8 will be debuting with a new color option. Apparently, someone from Foxconn may have outed the official name of the new color variant, and it’s not the same as what earlier reports claimed it to be. 

Over the weekend, mobile reporter Benjamin Geskin took to Twitter to share what he found out from a Foxconn insider about the upcoming Galaxy S8/Note 8 rival. In his tweet, he stated that the third color option for the iPhone 8 is known internally at Foxconn as “Blush Gold.” Geskin included renders to show everyone how the new variant looks like.

Aside from sharing the name of the third color option, Geskin also leaked that the Blush Gold iPhone 8 would likely be available in 64GB and 128GB models. Although Geskin’s tweet did not mention the 256GB model, MacRumors firmly believes that it’s very unlikely for Apple to leave out the top-tier capacity model from this new color option. 

Comparing the different models of the iPhone 8 with the current flagship, which is the iPhone 7, it’s easy to see that Apple is pushing to simplify things this time around. The iPhone 7 is available in four color options (Jet Black, Black, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and Red) and three capacity models (32GB, 128GB and 256GB). The upcoming flagship, on the other hand, will likely be available in Black, Silver and Blush Gold color options and 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacity models. 

Early last week, IBTimes reported about iPhone 8 photos that were leaked via Chinese microblogging site Weibo. The pictures apparently showed what seemed to be a prototype of the iPhone 8 in copper or copper gold color. As expected, Apple did not comment on the leak. Also, it was impossible to verify the credibility of the leaked snaps. 

Still, the leaked photos of the alleged third color option for the iPhone 8 quickly stirred a lot of buzz online. Many speculations surfaced in with some claiming that the third color could be called “Copper Gold.” Others referred to it as “Champagne Gold.” Given the latest update though, it appears Apple may have opted for a more unpredictable moniker. 

While the new color variant would surely lure consumers into purchasing the first OLED iPhone, there’s no denying that the Black iPhone 8 would offer the most seamless visual experience. When the display is switched off, only the Black variant would appear seamless since the notch, minimal bezels and the back panel all blend with the screen. 

Meanwhile, it’s also important to note that Geskin claimed last month that there could be another color option that would give the 10th anniversary iPhone a mirror-like finish, as first reported by Daily Mail. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been any follow-up on that one. Plus, no new report or leak could back this claim up. 

Whatever color options will be made available for the iPhone 8, it’s still important to note that fans will have to wait a little longer to see the unveiling of the new iOS flagship smartphone. Industry sources said late last week that Apple has opted to postpone the planned September launch for its OLED iPhone due to the relocation of the fingerprint sensor, which the company failed to embed into the OLED display.