Don’t like the big iPhones? Don’t worry. A new report has emerged that Apple is releasing an updated version of its smallest iPhone SE as early as Q1 2018.

The report comes from Chinese publication, Economic Daily News, and it also suggests the iPhone SE 2 will be built entirely in India.

The iPhone SE was initially launched in 2016 and was essentially an iPhone 6S in an iPhone 5 body. The device lacked 3D Touch and used an older version of Touch ID.

According to the sources, the new iPhone SE will feature an A10 Fusion chip with 2GB of RAM, 32GB and 128GB of storage. The device will have 12-MP back camera and 5 MP front camera, with 1,700 mAh battery.

Though these specs should be taken with a grain of salt – and they would be disappointing if true. While Apple has to do something to keep a low price, here’s hoping it doesn’t have to sacrifice performance for it.