Lenovo has been busy launching smartphones this week, but they haven’t forgotten about their bread and butter: tablets. It seems they’re prepping at least one new model, one that recently appeared on the FCC certification website. The newcomer is slightly detailed below.

Lenovo did unveil a bunch of devices during this year’s CES show, with models part of the ThinkPad series coming to life. Now they’re prepping a new Lenovo Tab series unit, which is known under the model number TB-8304F1, as it was spotted on the FCC website. The listing doesn’t show any details about specs, but it does show support for Dolby Atmos audio and power input of 5V and 1A.

The schematics show a single back camera, possibly with an LED flash. The SIM and microSD card slots are probably placed on the left side, while the volume buttons and power button are on the right. USA and Canada are mentioned in the filing and it’s likely that those are the places where the device will debut over the next months. Lenovo Tab 4 was the last series of models from the series, so it may be time for a Lenovo Tab 5.

Those came as 8 and 10 inchers, with Snapdragon 625 CPUs and 4 GB of RAM. This time we may get a newer Snapdragon CPU, still 4 GB of RAM and Full HD resolutions, plus Oreo, since the previous units had Nougat.