Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S8 is expected to come in two sizes just like the Galaxy S7 series — however, this time around, both are reportedly set to get curved displays. Samsung appears to be giving up on flat screens for its flagships.

Samsung’s curved devices have become increasingly popular in recent years, with the Galaxy S7 edge outselling the regular Galaxy S7 when the two devices went on sale earlier this spring. Now it seems Samsung doesn’t see a need for flat models.

The South Korean company has already ditched flat displays for the Galaxy Note lineup, with only a curved version of the new Galaxy Note 7 available. Now we could see a similar move with the Galaxy S8 next year, according to The Korea Herald.

“Sources said the company has already started securing display panels in two sizes — 5.1 inch and 5.5 inch — from its own display-making unit Samsung Display,” reads the report, which cites “industry sources” familiar with Samsung’s plans.

Samsung’s first curved display, which was introduced with the Galaxy Note Edge back in 2014, was seen as little more than a gimmick. But Samsung stuck with them, and it has won fans over with handsets like the Galaxy S6 edge and the Galaxy S7 edge.

Now that Samsung has improved yield rates for those curved screens, and it is able to churn out enough to meet demand, it’s thought the company now longer sees a need for flat phones.