It’s no secret that Apple plans to release three iPhone models this year, including a more accessible 6.1-inch LCD iPhone X. We now have an even clearer look of two of the three models, thanks to leaked images of dummy units by notorious Twitter leakster Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1).
The 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and 6.1-inch LCD iPhone X are clearly seen in the images and reveal some interesting details.
The 6.5-incher will look familiar to the current iPhone X, aside from being bigger in size. It retains a stainless steel chassis with a glass back, and a vertical dual-camera array on the rear. It will feature a Samsung-made OLED display that will push between 480-500PPI.
The 6.1-inch model however, will use an aluminium chassis (and of course an LCD screen) to lower costs. That aside, it will also have a single rear camera setup, much like the current iPhone 8.
The 2018 iPhone X line-up is believed to have an all-full screen with TrueDepth camera technology.
The new iPhone X family will be powered by Apple’s next generation SoC – the hexa-core Apple A12. The powerful chip recently appeared on Geekbench, revealing a higher clocked chip with a larger L1 cache, as well as 4GB of RAM. While there’s marginal CPU gains, what’s interesting is the 30 percent jump in graphics performance compared to the current A11 Bionic chip found on the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8.
September isn’t too far off. Let’s see what the rumour mills have in store for us leading up to the big launch.