LG has confirmed that it will be unveiling a new smartphone in the end of August, and many expect it to be the LG V30. Now, it’s being reported that the V30 will ditch the signature secondary display in favor of  what’s being called as a “floating bar.”

The LG V10 and LG V20 both featured a secondary display on top of the main display. This gave users quick access to apps, shortcuts and notifications. For the LG V30 however, LG has decided to not include the secondary display, according to Android Authority.

Android Authority's source claims that the second screen will be replaced by a new floating bar. There were no specifics given as to how this floating bar will look like on the LG V30, but it’s said to provide users with quick access to shortcuts and possibly notifications. If this is true, then LG may have found a way to integrate the key features of the V10 and V20 without having to put a second screen on the V30.

READ: LG V30 To Be Announced On Aug. 31 At IFA 2017 In Berlin​

The LG V30’s floating bar could simply be a new pop out window that shows users app shortcuts and notifications. It could possibly even be LG’s own version of Samsung’s Edge interface, however, this is just pure speculation at this point.

Aside from outing this new floating bar feature for the LG V30, the new report also gave out other new information on the device’s other specs. The LG V30 is said to feature a 6.0-inch quad HD 1440p OLED FullVision display. The display is also said to feature rounded corners like the ones found on the LG G6. The LG V30’s 6.0-inch FullVision display is also said to feature HDR 10 and the device itself will support Google’s Daydream VR platform straight out of the box.

As for the V30’s cameras, the device will be the first smartphone to feature a camera with an f/1.6 aperture lens. This means that the V30's camera should perform well even in low-lighting conditions and could deliver better background blur, as pointed out by The Next Web. The camera will also have a Crystal Clear Glass Lens and improved light transmittance.

The LG V30 is also expected to have an improved version of the LG V20’s Quad DAC audio technology. The audio experience on the V30 could include a collaboration with B&O, but V30 units with B&O technology will most likely be only available in select regions.

READ: LG V30 Releasing Earlier In South Korea Amid Weak G6 Sales​

As for the rest of the LG V30 specs, it’s been described as a mix of the V20 and the G6. This means that the LG V30 would most likely feature military standard protection, IP68 water and dust resistance and a 6000-series aluminum build with Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

In terms of internals, IBT previously reported that the LG V30 will arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor along with 6GB of RAM. Storage options could possibly include 32GB and 64GB variants, while a 128GB model is likely.

LG is expected to announce the LG V30 on Aug. 31 in Berlin, just one day before IFA Berlin 2017. The upcoming device will be available to preorder in the United States on Sept. 17 and will be officially released on Sept. 28.