Sonos is expected to launch its new Sonos Ray soundbar very soon, and thanks to a series of official-looking photos that just leaked, the soundbar’s final design is all but confirmed. Sonos’s current soundbar lineup is in a decent place. The $899 Sonos Arc delivers Sonos’s best sound and features. If you want something more affordable, the $449 Sonos Beam is a worthy alternative.

But $449 is still a lot of money for some folks. It’s cheaper than the Sonos Arc, sure, but the Sonos Beam isn’t really a ‘cheap’ soundbar. That’s what makes the Sonos Ray potentially exciting. Late last month, The Verge reported that Sonos was developing a $249 soundbar as a cheaper option to live alongside the Beam and Arc. A few days later, The Verge also reported that the soundbar would be called the ‘Sonos Ray.’

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Now the Sonos Ray has leaked again — with this one being the most revealing leak yet. On May 5, leaker SnoopyTech published 15 new photos of the Sonos Ray. The photos appear to be official press images from Sonos, meaning what we see here is likely the Sonos Ray’s final design. Similar to The Verge‘s earlier leak, the Sonos Ray appears to have a rounded body, a perforated plastic grille on the front, and capacitive touch controls on the top for adjusting volume and controlling audio playback.

The Ray Sure Looks Like Another Sonos Soundbar

Leaked photo of the Sonos Ray soundbar

Like the Beam and Arc, the Sonos Ray appears to come in black and white finishes. The back of the soundbar also has a small indent housing all of the Ray’s IO — including an ethernet port, optical audio port, power input, and a physical sync button. Noticeably absent, however, is an HDMI port. The Sonos Beam and Sonos Arc both support HDMI eARC for a TV connection, but the Ray will rely on an optical connection. Like other Sonos soundbars, you’ll be able to use the Ray on its own or synced with other Sonos speakers (like two Sonos Ones).

Whether or not the Sonos Ray sounds any good remains to be seen, but at least from a design standpoint, Sonos’s usual design chops are on full display. The Ray looks sleek, minimalistic, and like something you’ll be able to easily place in any home theater setup. Rumors suggest that Sonos will announce the Sonos Ray in early June, possibly alongside its own voice assistant to take on Google Assistant and Alexa.