There's apparently quite a lot going on in the OnePlus offices in China, with a new handset being leaked and the firm behind the OnePlus One releasing a teaser of its own.
First up is perennial leaker @evleaks with a simple post which reads: "OnePlus One:Bacon::OnePlus [Two]:Lettuce" - certainly some rather odd codenames, but the "Bacon" moniker for the One checks out.
Over on the official CyanogenMod site (the version of Android that runs on the OnePlus device) the OnePlus One is also referred to as 'bacon'.
No further details on the OnePlus Two Lettuce were provided, so it's currently unclear whether this will be a follow up flagship or a different range of handset all together.
OnePlus is up to its own tricks as well, posting a teasing "Knock on wood" image with a date of July 22 on its Google+ account.
The wood effect on the image suggests it may refer to a new rear cover which is made from the material, and this seems like the most likely reasoning behind the teaser.
There are some who propose it could relate to the end of the invite to buy system, allowing anyone who wants a OnePlus One to just go and buy one.
We'll be keeping an eye out for more information over the next couple of weeks, and of course we'll let you know what goes down on July 22.