Samsung is planning to take on the Microsoft Surface and MacBook Air with a new device, a leak has revealed.

Renders of the upcoming Galaxy Book S have been leaked, showing images of Samsung’s ultra thin laptop that looks poised to take on the Surface Laptop, the MacBook Air, and also the Lenovo C630. The renders were leaked by noted tipster Evan Blass, and they show three images of the alleged device.

One of the images, which purports to show how the Galaxy Book S looks like when seen from the front, showed that it looks like a regular laptop unlike the Galaxy Book2. It has a keyboard attached to it, and the display is surrounded by bezels on all sides. There’s also a camera located at the top of the screen.

Another image showed a top-down view of the laptop. It appears to have a full-size keyboard which, when taken into consideration, might mean the device will have a 14-inch display panel, Notebook Check noted. Both the keyboard and touchpad don’t seem to have a fingerprint reader anywhere.

The third image showed the left side of the laptop, and revealed a USB-C port where users can connect chargers, devices or peripherals. Thankfully, unlike other new devices, the upcoming Galaxy Book S also appears to have a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Not much is known about Samsung’s new ultrabook, but previous reports indicate that it will have great features. According to a GeekBench listing, the device, which was initially called “Galaxy Space,” has an octa-core processor with a base frequency of 2.84 GHz. GSM Arena noted that this could only be the Snapdragon 855, which hasn’t been installed in many devices in the market.

The listing reveals that the device will have 8 GB of RAM, and that it will run Windows 10. A certification also revealed that the upcoming device, known as the Galaxy Book S with model number SM-W767, will support Bluetooth 5.0.

Of course, since Samsung hasn’t officially announced anything about the Galaxy Book S, it’s best to take all of these with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for more details as they come.

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Samsung is working on a new ultrabook that's unlike the Galaxy Book2 (pictured). Samsung