The LG V30 has ditched the secondary display, and has adopted a design that's reminiscent of the LG G6 and the Galaxy S8. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

The LG V30 is expected to be officially announced on Aug. 31, but it isn’t stopping leakers from giving consumers a look at the upcoming flagship phone. Notorious leaker Evan Blass has shared a high-resolution render of the LG V30 showing the device on almost every side.

Blass leaked the photo of the LG V30 through his Twitter account yesterday. Judging from the quality of the image, this may just be the first official look at LG’s second flagship Android smartphone for 2017. Several leaks have surfaced in the past, and this new LG V30 leaked photo doesn’t really offer much surprises. The LG V30 closely resembles the LG G6, but its bezels are a lot thinner this time around.

LG announced recently that it will be using a 6-inch P-OLED display for the V30, which comes with a screen resolution of 2,880 x 1,440 and an 18:9 aspect ratio. The V30 almost looks like the Samsung Galaxy S8 at first glance, but that’s just the front of the device.

The LG V30’s back is pretty much like the G6’s. The main difference here is how the dual cameras are set up. Unlike the G6’s dual cameras, the V30’s dual cameras are separated from the LED flash. The LED flash also seems to be accompanied by the laser autofocus module, as pointed out by Android Central. The location of the fingerprint sensor appears to be the same as the one found on the LG G6.

The right side of the LG V30 is mostly clean with only the SIM card slot and the antenna line visible, while the left side of the device houses the volume buttons. Android Authority pointed out that the device doesn’t appear to have a power button. It’s currently being speculated that the power button has been integrated into the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

This image of the LG V30 once again shows that it won’t feature a secondary display on top of the main display. The secondary display has been on the V10 and the V20, but LG has confirmed that it’s replacing that with what it calls the Floating Bar.

The Floating Bar has been described by LG as a semi-transparent bar that’s on the V30’s user interface, and it will provide quick access to apps and shortcuts. The Floating Bar will be fully customizable, so users won’t have to dread the absence of a secondary display.

LG has also confirmed that the V30 will be the very first smartphone to feature an f/1.6 aperture lens for its camera. This means that the V30’s camera will be able to take better photos in low light situations.

The LG V30 is expected to be announced on Aug. 31 in Berlin, just a day before IFA 2017 kicks off. The device is rumored to be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor along with 6GB of RAM and a 3,200mAh battery. The device is also expected to be IP68 water- and dust-resistant.