LG G4 Pro or LG G4 Note is the next flagship phablet from the South Korean company. It has been found listed on TENNA, the certification body in China that is equivalent to the FCC regulatory body in the U.S. The device is rumored to be released on Oct. 10.

The exact moniker of the upcoming LG phablet is not known. Therefore, the rumor mill is referring to the device with names like the LG G4 Pro and the LG G4 Note. According to G for Games, the TENNA listing reveals the model number of the phablet as LG-H968.

It seems to sport a metallic frame but there is no confirmation whether it will be featuring real metal as LG is known for making premium smartphone with plastic builds, Phone Arena reported. The photos from TENNA suggest that the handset has a removable rear panel made of plastic, which has led to speculation that the device could be packed with a removable battery.

At the bottom side of the rear panel, there is a “V10” logo. Popular leakster, Evan Blass has tweeted on his @evleaks Twitter account that the handset will be released as LG V10.

The LG V10 is also pegged to feature a secondary display placed between the main screen and speaker grille. On the right side of the additional screen are the selfie camera, proximity and ambient sensors.

The LG G4 Pro is rumored to come with a 5.7-inch screen supporting Quad HD resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels. For the rear camera, LG is expected to include a dual camera module. The main camera will also be coupled with dual LED flash and laser autofocus.

Previous rumors have suggested that the device will house a Snapdragon 820. However, since the G for Games report claims that the LG G4 Note release date is set for October, it is unlikely that it will be powered by Snapdragon 820 chip. Instead, the device may feature the controversial Snapdragon 810 chip.