According to a new report, LG’s upcoming flagship and successor to last year’s G6 will likely debut in June. The device is also believed to be packing a much larger screen than its predecessor’s 5.7-inch display.

VentureBeat recently reported upon learning from a person familiar with LG’s plans for its next premium handset that the company is working on a device, internally referred to as “Judy.” This smartphone is said to feature a brand new design that would set it apart from early 2017’s G6.

Despite being a direct successor to the G6, the device will not debut with the name G7. Part of the changes that LG is implementing this year is the new brands for its flagships. As of writing, it’s still unknown what name LG is using for the G6 successor.

Interestingly, there’s now information on the display that LG is using for the upcoming handset. In comparison with the G6’s 5.7-inch screen, the new smartphone is going to pack in a significantly bigger 6.1-inch, 18:9 Full Vision display.

What’s quite intriguing is the rumor that LG will not be using OLED for its own flagship phone. Instead, the South Korean company will be equipping the device with a fairly new type of display technology called MLCD+. This new panel is said to be capable of high, 800-nit brightness while consuming 35 percent less power than standard IPS LCD panels, Android Police has learned.

The other specs and features of the G6 successor are also top-notch, suggesting that LG is eager to bounce back after reporting consecutive losses from its smartphone business. The handset is expected to launch with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Its body is believed to be water-, dust- and impact-resistant, thanks to its IP68 ingress protection plus military standard durability.

LG’s Judy is also reportedly packing dual 16-megapixel rear cameras with glass optical elements and high aperture. The camera system is said to be capable of shooting HDR10 images. The device is also rumored to come with wireless charging, voice recognition and many other advanced features.

The upcoming flagship is also expected to feature LG’s recently announced camera AI that will be shown off during MWC 2018 later this month. Called Vision AI, the technology is described as a feature that automatically analyzes objects and recommends the best shooting mode for it. LG’s new AI is said to have eight different modes: portrait, food, pet, landscape, city, flower, sunrise and sunset.