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A new Rose Gold iPhone 7 Plus with dual cameras is shown in Australian's flagship Apple store in Sydney, September 16, 2016 as the iPhone 7 range goes on sale for the first time. Reuters/Jason Reed

Just over a week ago, a report claiming that Apple is set to release three iPhone 7s variants next year surfaced. A premium AMOLED model, which has a “Ferrari” codename, is said to join the successors of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Now, new details about the “Ferrari” iPhone have made rounds, and they keep getting juicier.

Known Japanese Apple insider Macotakara leaked what it claims to be a photo of the Cupertino, California-based company’s upcoming premium smartphone variant. The image shows the so-called “Ferrari” iPhone 7s adopting the dual-camera setup of the iPhone 7 Plus, but with a slight deviation. While the sensors are still located on the upper left portion, they are positioned vertically instead of horizontally.

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A report also claims that the “Ferrari” iPhone will feature 5 inches of screen size instead of the previously declared 5.2 inches. It further states that the new iPhone 7s Plus shall equip a massive 5.8-inch display, a significant boost over its 5.5-inch predecessor.

The “Ferrari” iPhone was first mentioned in a report that came out about a week ago, with leaked documents suggesting that Apple aims to launch a triad of iPhone 7s models with the tags D20, D21 and D22. The new premium OLED “Ferrari” iPhone 7s is reportedly going to feature new enhancements as well. Meanwhile, the eventual successor of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 shall retain the handset’s size.

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Apple is supposedly sticking with its latest smartphones’ LCD screen panels for the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. And even though it won’t have the largest display size, the “Ferrari” iPhone is set to be the future flagship and the frontrunner of the 7s line-up due to the tech giant boosting it with new designs and features. While the upcoming iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are likely to furnish advanced glass covers, both of the phones’ designs are projected to be similar to that of their predecessors.

The “Ferrari” iPhone 7s is expected to be bezel-less, with its Home button integrated into its curved AMOLED display. The top-of-the-line variant is also likely to furnish an all-glass and borderless design along with Apple’s latest A11 chipset. It’s likewise anticipated to have wireless charging support.