The LG V30 is expected to be announced by the end of August, and a new rumor is spreading that the device might be up for a major redesign. The latest update is claiming that the LG V20 successor might not feature the line’s signature secondary display.

A “trusted” source has indicated that the LG V30 will feature an OLED display and LG will then ditch the secondary display design, according to the XDA-Developers site. It has been previously reported that LG will indeed move away from using LCD panels, but this is the first time that the LG V30 is rumored to arrive without a secondary display.

The secondary display on the LG V series gave it’s phones a unique design and set of features. The secondary display allowed users to access more app shortcuts and view other options without sacrificing the main display’s screen real estate.

With the LG V30, that will no longer be the case. However, it’s very possible that the smartphone might arrive with an 18:9 aspect ratio, the same that’s on the LG G6. That particular aspect ratio also means that a secondary display may simply become redundant, and is probably one of the reasons why LG decided to ditch it.

With the LG G6’s 18:9 (or 2:1) aspect ratio, it allowed the phone to have a taller screen. Adopting it to the LG V30 may also mean the same thing. A taller screen on the LG V30 means that it may have enough room to include the same features of the secondary display. Although that may sound very likely, it’s still just speculation at this point.

The adoption of the 18:9 aspect ratio for the LG V30 also means that the upcoming device will likely look similar to the LG G6. IBT reported last week that the the V30 might feature the same aesthetic design of the G6, but with a larger display size of 6.2 inches.

The V30 is also believed to arrive with a metal and glass build like the LG G6. The LG V30 is expected to be the first in the LG V series to come with a non-removable battery, which is pegged to have a capacity of 3,200 mAh. By having a non-removable battery, the handset is expected to be IP68 water and dust resistant.

The LG V30 is expected to powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. The 3.5mm headphone jack is expected to stay, and the phone will be able to deliver superior audio with the built-in ESS Quad DAC technology.

Lastly, the LG V30 will have a total of four cameras: two up front and two on the back. However, there’s no information yet on their camera sensors or what type of lenses these will come equipped with.

LG might announce the LG V30 on Aug. 31, just a day before IFA Berlin 2017. The phone is also said to cost around $700, and will first be available in South Korea sometime in September and will arrive in other markets by October.