Just yesterday official word about the LG G5 featuring the Always On Display mode got out and now the company has unveiled another offering, much to the delight of LG fandom.

It appears that LG is leaving no surprises for its flagship launch, less than a week away. The company went ahead and revealed the LG G5 Quick Cover case, as noted by Engadget. A semi-transparent mesh material wraps the flagship and it is touch-enabled. To put in it the company’s words, it is “a unique film with a glossy metallic finish” which offers a premium feel. What’s more?

With the case being touch-enabled it allows for receiving calls and setting alarms without having to actually open it. As noted by Tech Radar, the case has a cut out on the top for users to view the Always On display featuring the date, time and notification icons (for messages, missed calls and more.)

If rumors are anything to go by then the LG G5 possesses features that any fan would expect from a 2016 flagship device. It is speculated to sport a 5.3-inch Quad HD screen with 1440 x 2560 pixels, USB Type-C port and boast of a dual-camera arrangement. It is said to feature an 8MP and a 16MP snapper on its back, a ‘Magic-Slot’ which is a slide-out battery casing and even a ‘display-within-display’ feature. It appears that the flagship will be packing in quite a punch, what remains to be seen is which of these specs would the phone actually show-off, along with the Quick Cover case.

There is no word on the pricing of the case, which will be amongst the many details to be revealed at the launch on 21 February. The flagship along with the case will be displayed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 22 February – 25 February.