This article originally appeared on ABACUS Dominant drone giant DJI tweeted a teaser video for a product event on April 27, featuring what looks like the top of a drone. Titled “Up Your Game,” it’s fueling speculation that the new product will be a successor to the two-year-old Mavic Air. Last week, eagle-eyed fans spotted a filing on the US Federal Communications Commission database for a new drone called the “Mavic Air 2.” It’s expected to carry a larger battery than the highly portable Mavic Air, which DJI says has a maximum flight time of 21 minutes, but in our testing only flies for about 15 minutes . The original Mavic Air was a hit, delivering features from higher-end DJI drones at a more consumer-friendly price. But that price might be a little higher if you’re in the US. Last year, DJI raised the prices of its drone lineup in the US , citing new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on some Chinese imports.