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Carphone Warehouse, a popular U.K. site for smartphones, pulled the lid off of Google’s new handsets, apparently by accident. The site has since yanked all the imagery, which appears to be directly from Google itself and which clearly shows the new smartphone, called Pixel, available in two sizes.
Coming in at both 5-inch and 5.5-inch AMOLED screen sizes, Pixel features a very Apple-esque metal body. Both phones feature a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel, and will be available in storage sizes of either 32GB of 128GB.
The leaked ads show that Google is really going all-in on photos with its new handsets, offering bottomless storage for photos and videos via Google Photos. Images will be available online in full resolution, rather than taking up room on your phone itself.
Both sizes of the Pixel come with Google’s new chat app Allo (ew), as well as USB Type-C charging ports, which the company claims will provide charging so rapid that a 15-minute fill-up can keep the device alive for a full seven hours.
The biggest question marks that remain—this is a pretty extensive leak, so there’s very little left to wonder—is how Google will price the device and when it will eventually launch. Google’s official reveal of the Pixel is expected to take place on Tuesday, so try to act surprised.
Mike Wehner is a former tech editor for the Daily Dot who now writes for BGR. His work has appeared everywhere from Yahoo to CNN, and there’s a good chance his Apple Watch is dead right now.