The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has leaked once again, and this time its black and brown color options are revealed. In addition to this, Samsung’s new Wireless Charger Duo has also leaked online, and it is speculated to be announced alongside the Note 9.

The leaked renders for the Galaxy Note 9 in black and brown were shared online by Android Headlines. The images show the handset alongside their S Pen stylus and Samsung’s other accessories. It’s very likely that the black color option will be called midnight black, while the brown color option might be called “teddy brown.” The renders also show off the coral blue Note 9 alongside its yellow-colored S Pen.

What’s interesting about this leak is that it appears as though the coral blue Note 9 will be the only one to have a contrasting color for its S Pen. The black Note 9 comes with a black S Pen, while the brown Note 9 comes with a brown S Pen. It’s possible that Samsung wants the coral blue version to be its most popular color option, since it might be the only one to feature a yellow S Pen.

These newly leaked images of the Note 9 arrived just days after Nieuwe Mobiel and MySmartPrice revealed the lilac purple and coral blue options of Samsung’s upcoming flagship handset. In total, it looks like the Note 9 will be available in five different colors: black, gray, purple, blue and brown.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is rumored to arrive with a slight redesign and upgraded internal specs. The handset is believed to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. The Note 9’s S Pen is also expected to come with upgrades, including the addition of Bluetooth support for music playback and other functionalities.

In addition to the leaked renders of the Galaxy Note 9, leaker and winfuture.de writer Roland Quandt (@rquandt) shared an image of Samsung’s new Wireless Charger Duo this past weekend. The new charger will apparently let users wirelessly charge their Note 9 and Galaxy Watch at the same time. There also appears to be an option to charge two phones at the same time.

The box for the device shows that the charger will be able to output 25 watts, which is significantly greater than Samsung’s current wireless charger that delivers 9 watts, as pointed out by CNET. The device appears to be using Qi wireless standard, which should mean that other Qi-enabled smartphones will be compatible with the device. It’s now being speculated that the new Samsung Wireless Charger Duo will be announced during Samsung’s Note 9 Unpacked event in New York City on Aug. 9.