Ahead of the Sept. 6 debut of the LG V20, the first Android 7.0 Nougat-running smartphone made an appearance in a couple of leaked renders.

On Tuesday, Twitter leakster @OnLeaks released several renders showcasing the device in all of its full metal glory via Android Authority.

Based on the renders, the LG V20 will come with a dual-lens camera system protruding at the back, just above the circular fingerprint scanner that’s very similar to the one found on the LG G5.

The renders also confirm the absence of the front-facing camera, just like what earlier reports claimed that the handset will ditch the selfie snapper for a secondary screen atop the main display.

Speaking of display, the V20 is rumored to sport a 5.7-inch Quad HD display panel with 2560x1440 screen resolution. On the other hand, though there are no reports suggesting the possible size of the secondary screen, it is already expected to pack in 160x1040 pixels, according to GSM Arena.

The full metal body of the handset looks really sturdy. Its width only measures 7.7 mm, while the area where the dual-lens camera bump is located measures 8.8 mm.

Underneath, the LG V20 is also rumored to arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM, as per Phone Arena. Also, instead of the microUSB port found in its predecessor, the new handset is expected to sport a USB Type-C port.

Aside from its almost bezel-less design and its dual-camera system, the V20’s selling point is the fact that it is going to be the first smartphone to come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and not Google’s upcoming Nexus Sailfish and Marlin.

LG’s competitor against Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is slated for a Sept. 6 debut in San Francisco, and it is rumored to become available in all major carriers upon launch.