LG will release its new G6 Android smartphone on Feb. 26, according to a report from The Verge.

Physically and stylistically, the G6 is expected to be a notable departure from its predecessor. The Verge reports the phone will be anchored around a large 5.7-inch screen with a slim bezel. Externally, the G6’s body will be built from glass and metal. The case will also feature a headphone port and is slated to be waterproof.

While the G6 abandons the modular design found on the G5 — the G6 won’t feature a removable battery — the G5’s dual-camera and fingerprint sensor systems will carry over to its successor.

The news caps speculation on LG’s upcoming plans in the smartphone space and confirms several leaks about the G6’s possible features and design late last year. On Twitter, LG highlighted an expected release event tied to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.  

With the G6’s upcoming release, LG looks to make up for some of its predecessor’s missteps. Upon its release last April, the G5 received mixed reviews that focused on features like its modular accessories. As CNET reported, LG also listed a $381 million loss in its mobile division during the third quarter of 2016 thanks, in part, to weak sales of the G5.