The LG G6 keeps surfacing in leaks, even as we head toward its launch at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona next week. So far, according to the leaks, the device seems to have a similar form factor as its predecessor, the LG G5, minus the modularity it offered.

In the latest leak, the device has been pictured alongside the G5 in images emerging on Chinese social network Weibo. The image shows two devices: one is the working LG G5 with the screen on, an acknowledgement that the device is working, and the other one seems to either be an LG G6 device with its screen off or a dummy.

But what matters is that both the displays are placed side by side, which highlights the differences between them and brings attention to the LG G6’s Fullvision display, which seems to be its USP. The Fullvision display, as LG calls it, is an 18:9 screen ratio display which provides the user with much more screen space in comparison to the LG G5 within the same body frame size. Simply put, LG has increased the screen size without increasing the overall size of the device.

For the uninitiated, the LG G6 will come with a 5.7-inch QHD+ display featuring a 2880 x 1440p display resolution.

To put it in perspective, the LG G5 has a 5.3-inch display while the LG G6 is expected to provide the user with a 5.7-inch display while not messing with the body dimensions of the device too much. In fact, if you see the image, the LG G6 actually looks slightly shorter than the LG G5.

The images also showcases the implementation of the Fullvision display, which is something even other smartphone makers can take a cue from — LG has simply reduced the top and bottom bezels, and also seems to have increased the screen size by 0.2 inches on both sides. Furthermore, the LG G6 screen has rounded corners which work better within the design of the device and seem to make the device look wider.

While the original post wasn’t showing Thursday on the social network, some reports still had the image.