The LG V30 will reportedly be announced on Aug. 31, just one day before IFA Berlin 2017. The LG V20 successor is also said to retail for around $700 and will be available in South Korea this September.

The alleged release date of the LG V30 was first reported by Korean website ETNews. Previous rumors suggested that the V30 handset was going to be announced in August, so this new report still lines up with that.

LG is expected to announce the V30 somewhere in Berlin during a press event. It’s likely that the handset will be shown extensively at IFA 2017, which will be held from the 1st and the 6th of September.

The report also claims that the LG V30 will be up for preorder in South Korea shortly after it’s been revealed. The handset is said to cost 800,000 won, which is roughly US$700. Although the handset will officially go on sale in South Korea in September, the LG V30 will arrive in other markets in October.

As for specs, the LG V30 is expected to arrive with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB or 6GB of RAM. For storage, the device is said to come in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants, according to Android Authority. Unlike the V10 and V20, the V30 won’t come with a removable battery since it’s also expected to be IP68 water and dust resistant. Battery capacity is rumored to be 3,200 mAh.

The handset is also expected to arrive will an OLED display, but will still carry over the secondary display design from its predecessors. The size of the display is said to be 6.2 inches, and it is said to have an 18:9 aspect ratio, which is the same as that of the LG G6, according to Android Headlines.

Speaking of the G6, the LG V30 is also rumored to look very similar to that handset. The LG G6’s design undoubtedly turned a lot of heads when it was first revealed earlier this year, so it seems logical for LG to stick to that same design. After all, phones with little to no bezels are what’s currently popular for flagship smartphones this year. The V30’s build materials will also be the same metal and glass combo that’s used on the G6.

As for cameras, the LG V30 is said to arrive with a total of four cameras: two on the back and two up front. However, information on its camera sensors, lenses and features haven’t been outed yet.

The LG V30 is also rumored to arrive with a new ESS Quad DAC technology in order to deliver superior audio. For those fearing for their wired headphones, the V30 is still expected to come with the 3.5mm headphone jack.

With the LG V30 expected to arrive sooner than expected, it will still have to go head-to-head with Samsung. Samsung is also rumored to announce the Galaxy Note 8 phablet in August, with one report claiming it might be announced on the 26th. Looks like consumers will have a hard time choosing between the LG V30 and the Galaxy Note 8.