Images which were published by India Today earlier this week have highlighted several new features and stylistic changes that fans of Chinese mobile maker, OnePlus, can expect from its fourth major flagship.
A dual lens camera is shown on the rear surface, while the black design looks more cohesive and less disrupted by lines and markings than any of its predecessors.
Some insiders argue that the OnePlus 4 will come with a glass finish, shunning metal or plastic in favour of a material that was once favoured by Apple for its mobiles.
A 5.3 inch QHD display should sit on the front, while the Snapdragon 835 chipset will power proceedings, if rumours are to be believed. It has even been suggested that this device could pack up to 8GB of RAM, although this sounds like an outlandish claim, given the more modest amounts found on competing handsets.
The OnePlus 4 is set to be officially announced in the next two or three months, with reports suggesting it could be known as the OnePlus 5 to signify its forward-thinking design. An affordable price point could give it the competitive edge, especially if its specs live up to expectations.