A lot of buzz is currently surrounding the highly anticipated launch of the 4-inch smartphone from Apple unofficially dubbed as the iPhone 5SE or simply SE. But this hasn’t deterred rumour mills from bringing updates with what’s happening behind the scenes when it comes to the iPhone 7 lineup, speculated to be launched in fall this year.

A recent image leak revealing the rear panel of what is said to be the iPhone 7 Plus, suggests that the Cupertino-tech giant may be keeping up with tradition. As witnessed during the last two years the company introduced subtle differences between the iPhone and its Plus variants, to help the phablet sized devices clearly stand out of the pack. And if the leak is to be believed, then the year 2016 may not be very different in that regard.

A new iPhone 7 Plus image surfaced on Chinese website Bastille Post and it shows off a dual-camera arrangement on the rear panel, confirming details on a previous leak. Additionally, the image also reveals the presence of an antenna lines at the bottom and top edges of the handset. Furthermore, as noted by Digital Trends, there could also be a smart connector of sorts on the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 Plus. This could be quite similar to what users may have already seen on the iPad Pro.

But with the original source not being credible take this info with skepticism. But if anyone has to imagine how the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus would look like with dual cameras on its back, it would well resemble the image seen on the site.

Even previously there have been multiple reports indicating that the Cupertino company may probably go the dual camera route with the Plus model. Reportedly, last month Apple had got hold of dual camera samples from a few suppliers. It won’t come as a surprise if the tech company does decide to go the dual-camera way given that most manufacturers are going in that direction, with HTC also teasing what could well be a device with dual cameras on board.

Fans could expect to hear more concrete details as we inch closer to the fall launch of the iPhone 7 series.