The Sony Xperia Z4 launched relatively quietly in Japan earlier this month and there's been no signs of it making it out of the country - but we may not miss out entirely.
A fresh leak has appeared online courtesy of Chinese site cnBeta, which has posted images and specs of a handset dubbed the Sony Xperia P2.
According to the report the Xperia P2 looks set to be the international version of the Z4, with the same 5.2-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM.
There are few differences however - chiefly the design, which in the leaked shots has considerably slimmer bezels around the screen giving the handset more compact dimensions.
There is a trade-off, however, as the P2 is 10.9mm at its thickest point, making it considerably chunkier than the 6.9mm Xperia Z4. It does mean the potential for a bigger battery, with a 4240mAh power pack touted for the P2.
The camera also appears to take a bit of a beating with the 20.7MP rear snapper of the Z4 replaced with a 12.1MP offering on the Xperia P2. That would be a surprising move from Sony, seeing as it's stuck with its 20.7MP lens for a number of its flagships.
Needless to say, we're taking this leak with a healthy dosage of salt.