During my morning stroll through China's defence web sites I came across what could be yet another version of the Shaanxi Y-8, the four-engined turboprop that China seems to adapt to every role imaginable.
The bulges on the right side of the fuselage suggest side-looking synthetic aperture radar, but not sure about the winglets on the tips of the horizontal stabilizers, or the large wing-tip fairings.
Coincidentally this image has emerged just a few days after photos of what could be a tested for a new carrier-borne AEW&C aircraft.
Never a dull moment following China.
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