At this point, it seems all of the specs and features of the LG G6 flagship smartphone have already been outed way ahead of its debut at the Mobile World Congress on Feb. 26. Still, not a lot of these leaked details have been confirmed by the South Korean electronics company. Hence, every clue or teaser that LG is releasing these days help spike the interest over the G5’s successor.

Slash Gear found out this Monday that LG had given a nickname to its upcoming flagship handset’s display. Calling it “Full Vision,” it seems LG is not only confirming, but also bragging about the innovation in its device’s screen. Since late last year, there have been rumors about an edge-to-edge or a wraparound display for the G6.

Samsung’s rival already boasted about an 18:9 aspect ratio for its display panel, which is said to come with a 2880 x 1440 screen resolution. Although LG has yet to reveal the screen size on its next flagship, sources are claiming that the company is likely to keep the screen size of its predecessor. However, there are still those hoping for a bigger display, especially now that there is enough reason to believe that the G6 will be almost bezel-less up front.

Meanwhile, renders of a protective cover for the LG G6 surfaced online over the weekend. By the looks of things, the renders corroborate previous rumors about the handset sporting dual cameras and a circular fingerprint sensor at the back. On the front, the phone is depicted as having very narrow top and bottom bezels. The speaker grilles and the USB C port are found at the bottom while the 3.5 mm audio jack is situated on top, according to Android Pure.

IBTimes previously reported that the LG G6 could launch with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor and not the Snapdragon 835 for the very reason that Samsung is hoarding the initial supplies of the latter for its Galaxy S8 flagship phone. Because LG is not pushing back the release date of its handset, it settled for the Snapdragon 821 instead of the latest and most powerful smartphone processor to date.