Chinese flash brand Godox teased an interesting new product on its Facebook page this weekend. It's called the A1, and it's a 'phone flash system' that works both as off-camera flash and as a 2.4GHz flash trigger.

Unfortunately, Godox didn't reveal too many details about the new trigger, teasing it alongside just a few lines of marginally-readable text. "I can only tell you that the product A1 has three built-in LED lamps and one hernia flash, support flash, away from the machine automatically," reads the Facebook post. "You can control Godox flash which has 2.4G system through it!"

Below the text are a few photos: the product shot you see at the top of this post, and the three sample photos below that show the A1 in action as trigger, flash, and continuous light source:

No word yet on how much the Godox A1 will cost, or when it will officially arrive, but we'll let you know as soon as we hear anything. Our question for you is: will you actually use this when it does ship? If you're going to go to the trouble of breaking out a speedlight, wouldn't you also grab your ILC?

Let us know in the comments.