Motorola is reportedly working on a new low-give-up phone that goes over Motorola’s “Penang” calls. For those who don’t know, Penang is a country in Malaysia. Now, acclaimed tipster Evan Blass has shared images revealing the layout of the Motorola Penang.

This image, shared by his GadgetGang, famously shows the phone’s flat sides and rounded corners making it easier to grip. The back is also flat, with a digital camera cutout on the top left. The front features an elaborate lace bezel and a thick chin. Cropping the front digital camera is a centralized punch hole.

The logs also mention that the handset has the same root code as the Penang4G and Penang+, but that doesn’t always prove that these devices all appear in the same lineup. According to known records, the North American version of Penang 5G, the XT-2313, is available from all three major US carriers, alongside Cricket, Dish and Tracfone.

Tipster Evan Blass also says the tool will come with a choice of at least 4GB of RAM, and either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. Regardless, the Motorola XT2335-Three is indexed for 3C and TENAA certification. The well-known handset shows performance works with a 6.5 inch LCD screen with a resolution of 720 * 1600 pixels. The tool can be equipped with an Octacenter chipset with a 2.2 GHz CPU. Interestingly, the RAM variant is available from 4GB to 12GB, while the Garage variant is available from 64GB to 512GB.

The back of the device can house a 50-megapixel digital camera and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. An 8-megapixel selfie camera is mounted on the front. After all, the tool has dimensions of 162.7 × 74.6 × 8.1 (mm) and weighs 183 g.