We have a month left until Google’s set to reveal the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. As is tradition, we already have a good idea about what Google’s going to be showing: two phones, one made by HTC, one by LG, packing a Snapdragon 835 chipset, good camera setup, and a physical design similar to last year’s phones.

A new report from 9to5Google corroborates many of the details we’ve heard so far, and adds a few tidbits, thanks to one heavily redacted photo.

A leaked photo of a standard Pixel 2 (not the XL version) shows a slate-grey device with dark silver back. That’s a little different to the renders that have been going around so far, which show a nearly all-black glass design with colored accents.

A close-up image of the camera module also shines light on a few details. We’re only looking at a single-lens setup, not the dual-lens system that’s increasingly common on flagships like the Galaxy Note 8. However, we do get a look at two dots that are part of a laser focus system. That isn’t a brand-new feature — we’ve seen it on Qualcomm-powered phones before — but it hints at a phone camera that’s more about capturing in-focus shots quickly, rather than the depth-of-field tricks seen on dual-lens devices.

9to5 is also reporting that 128GB and 64GB storage versions do exist, with the 64GB version possibly being the base option. Prices are also expected to be a little higher than last year.

Chris Mills has loved tinkering with technology ever since he worked out how to defeat the parental controls on his parents' internet. He's blogged his way through Apple events and SpaceX launches ever since, and still keeps a bizarre fondness for the Palm Pre.