BlackBerry is set to launch its next Android-running smartphone in August despite struggling to revive its market popularity with the poorly received BlackBerry Priv.

The Canadian company is reportedly preparing to unveil the BlackBerry Neon on Aug. 2, according to 570 News. The BlackBerry Neon is a mid-range device that runs Android OS, and it is the second device from the company that does not make use of the BlackBerry 10 OS. 

Ahead of its launch, images of the BlackBerry Neon have surfaced online to tease consumers of what the handset has to offer. 

The images showcase the design of the device that is very reminiscent of the Alcatel Idol 4, Phandroid pointed out. The familiar design of the smartphone is actually intentional, since BlackBerry tapped TCL Communication, the phone designer of Alcatel and Vodafone. 

While the leaked images suggest that the BlackBerry Neon will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop, BlackBerry is reportedly loading Android 6.0 Marshmallow into it. 

Check out the images of the upcoming handset here.

The handset is reportedly arriving with a 5.2-inch display with 1920x1080 screen resolution. Powering the device from the inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor. 

The BlackBerry Neon is also rumored to come with 16GB of on-board storage, 3GB of RAM and a microSD card slot for expandable memory, according to GSM Arena

The device, which is expected to be valued at $350 upon launch, will likely sport a 13-megapixel back camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing snapper. The functionality of the primary camera is enhanced by the dual tone LED flash of the device and the 6-element f/2.0 lens.

Additionally, the 2,610mAh battery pack is quickly refuelled by the handset’s Quick Charge 2.0 support from 0 to 50 percent in a little less than an hour, reported Pocket-lint

The release of the BlackBerry Neon images came a month after an AT&T executive confirmed that BlackBerry’s first Android device, the BlackBerry Priv, was struggling in the market, according to Forbes