A couple of days ago, LG sent out invites to a "Play Begins" event planned for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 21 February. It has also since confirmed that it will be launching a "major smartphone", expected to be the LG G5.
Today, renders have emerged that are allegedly based on eye-witness accounts of the new phone. And they show a strange, modular-like device that has a removable bottom to allow a battery to slide in and out.
That's because it is said to be an all-mental design, yet LG wanted to ensure users could change the battery. The solution was to make a phone that pieces together, it is claimed.
It is also claimed that the LG G5 will not have a rounded back like its predecessors, but a flat design, which also makes it thinner than previous models.
CNET Korea, the site that commissioned the renders, states that the phone will also run on a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB of RAM and have two displays, one of which being a 5.3-inch 2560 x 1440 screen.
This could either mean that there will be two models or the phone could adopt a similar second screen as a strip along the top, much like the recently released LG V10 (which is coming to the UK soon).
Either way, there is still plenty of time between now and MWC to find out more juicy details.