LG unveiled the LG V20 on Tuesday, the company’s latest flagship smartphone that will serve as the successor to last year’s V10. Like the V10, it sports a secondary display above the primary one that provides quick access to applications, notifications and more. There are a few other improvements, however.

For one, the aluminum-framed LG V20 runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, the very first smartphone to do so. It also features a Snapdragon 820 processor, 5.7-inch Quad HD Quantum Display with 513ppi, a smaller 1040 x 160-pixel Secondary Display, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, a 3,200mAh removable battery, a 16MP F1.8 OIS camera, a secondary 8MP F 2.4 aperture rear camera, a front-facing 5MP wide-angle camera, support for X12 LTE (Cat. 12) and a fingerprint reader. Yeah, it’s filled to the gills with some of the latest specs out there, and the software is no slouch, either.

Nougat will allow users to run apps side-by-side, though LG has offered similar features in the past. An Auto Show feature will detect faces just before snapping a selfie. LG also added an HD Audio Recorder for crystal-clear audio recording, a Hi-Fi Quad DAC that it promises will deliver “clearer sound by minimizing distortion and ambient noise by up to 50 percent” and Steady Record 2.0 for gyro-based EIS stabilization while recording video.

The LG V20 will launch in Korea this month with other markets to follow.