It looks as if Microsoft has plans to unleash a nominally priced 1TB Xbox One as soon as next month. At least, that’s according to a leaked page on a Spanish online store front claiming that’s the case.

Retailer Lemee has a page on its online store that outright confirms there’s a 1TB Xbox One coming from Microsoft this summer. More specifically, it hints at a release date of June 23rd, the week after Microsoft is expected to announce new games and Xbox ecosystem highlights during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California. A picture of the bundle indicates that this 1TB Xbox One won’t include a Kinect for Xbox One sensor. This listing itself hints at a price of $500 if converted from Euros, the currency used in most European countries.

1TB refers to the amount of storage built into the Xbox One console itself. Last year Microsoft released a special edition console for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that included 1TB of storage. Unfortunately, it’s pretty hard to come by at this point. This new console would have double the amount of storage the Xbox One launched with, giving buyers more space for video games and even the rumored digital video recording that rumors have pointed to.

Microsoft hasn’t confirmed that the 1TB Xbox One bundle is coming just yet. Presumably, it’ll do so just before or during its E3 2015 Media Briefing.