In June, Lenovo launched the Lenovo Z5 that featured a notch on top of its display. Now, the company has confirmed that it will be releasing the Lenovo Z5 Pro and this time the handset will have a true all-screen design.

During Tech World 2018 in China, Lenovo executive vice president Liu Jun showed off the Lenovo Z5 Pro, according to Slash Gear. The handset garnered a lot of attention for having an all-screen design without a notch on top of its display. It’s very likely that the device will have a screen-to-body ratio of nearly 100 percent. This wasn’t a full announcement, so the official specs for the handset remain a mystery.

A few months ago, Lenovo began teasing a smartphone that features a 95 percent screen-to-body ratio without a notch. In June, the Lenovo Z5 officially launched and it disappointed a lot of people that it featured a notch and only had a 90 percent screen-to-body ratio. However, the Lenovo Z5 Pro could finally deliver on what the company previously promised with its teasers from a few months ago.

Phone Arena speculates that the Lenovo Z5 Pro will feature a pop-up slider for its front-facing camera. There’s no confirmation yet on how exactly Lenovo will implement this, but other phone makers have already found solutions to adopt this technology. The Vivo NEX arrived earlier this year with a small pop-up camera. Meanwhile, the Oppo Find X debuted with a sliding mechanism on its top edge to hide the front-facing and the main dual-rear cameras.

It’s also being speculated that the Lenovo Z5 Pro will arrive with an in-display fingerprint sensor. When Liu Jun showed off the handset, it can be clearly seen that a fingerprint icon is present on the screen. This suggests that the device comes with a fingerprint sensor that’s embedded into the display.

With the rising popularity of facial recognition on smartphones, it’s also very likely that Lenovo will implement a face unlock system of some kind on the Z5 Pro. Google’s Android operating system already has native support for facial recognition, but it’s also possible that Lenovo could implement its own system.

Details regarding the Lenovo Z5 Pro specs and its other features will be officially announced next month on Oct. 11. It’s very likely that the handset will only be sold in China. Liu Jun also said in a Weibo post that the regular Z5 sold well in the country.