Nokia’s (NOK) next-generation flagship smartphone may have been revealed on Tuesday as the first alleged photo of the upcoming Lumia 950 Windows Phone was published online. Windows Phone Central published the image, though it made clear that it comes from a source it cannot vouch for. If authentic, the device’s styling strays from Nokia’s first two flagship Lumia phones and opts for a more traditional case design.

According to the report, the Lumia 950 will include the Windows Phone 8 operating system along with a 1,280 x 768-pixel AMOLED display, an upgraded camera with a xenon flash, 2GB of RAM and impressive battery life. No launch timing or pricing details were provided.

The leaked image follows below.

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