Justin Bieber was recently spotted carrying a gadget with a rather unusual design.

On Sunday, Bieber, 25, was photographed leaving a church in New York with his wife, Hailey Baldwin. Photos from the outing also showed the "Love Yourself" singer holding a laptop that a photo of Angelina Jolie as a student in Beverly Hills High School on the back, Daily Mail reported.

For the church service, Bieber was spotted in some merchandise sold by Kanye West during his Coachella edition of Sunday Service. The singer looked comfortable in an oversized white sweatshirt that had the words "Holy Spirit," which West had been selling for a whopping $225 at the Coachella music festival during his Sunday Service.

Bieber paired the sweatshirt with white Duke cap, a pair of ripped blue jeans and blue and white sneakers. And aside from Jolie's photo, the laptop Bieber was seen carrying also had a sticker on it that read "Trouble."

Baldwin, on the other hand, opted for a black sweatshirt, a matching Balenciaga coat with red and white detailing and white pants. The cover model paired the simple but stylish ensemble with bright pink trainers, a black leather handbag and chic futuristic sunglasses.

Following their church service, Bieber and Baldwin had lunch with their pastor at Nobu in downtown New York.

Prior to the church service, Bieber and Baldwin also stepped out together in New York, though the two looked a bit somber.

At the time, the "Baby" singer was photographed in a colorful and casual look, wearing a hunter green t-shirt, baggy khaki green pants and a bright red windbreaker. Bieber paired the comfortable-looking ensemble with a navy baseball cap and skater-style navy blue sneakers.

On the other hand, his wife looked chic in her monochromatic camel-colored outfit. She paired the tan knit culottes and baggy sweater with $995 Gucci fur slides and black Wayfarer sunglasses. Baldwin slicked her hair back in a low ponytail and completed the look with large gold hoop earrings.

Bieber's latest sighting comes amid reports that he may soon be releasing new music. Over the weekend, the "Sorry" hitmaker shared a snap of him and Ed Sheeran, sparking speculations that they could be collaborating on a new song.

Bieber didn't share a lot of details in the photo or his caption, which only said "10." However, fans are hopeful that this might mean Bieber might soon release another studio album as it has been four years since his last one, "Purpose," dropped.

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Pictured: Justin Bieber warms up prior to the 2018 NBA All-Star Game Celebrity Game at Los Angeles Convention Center on February 16, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Jayne Kamin-Oncea