Photos Of 2018 iPhone X Plus And 6.1-Inch iPhone Dummy Units Leak Online

We’re now less than two months away from what we expect to be the big iPhone announcement day of 2018 and we’re pretty confident that we know exactly what Apple will be announcing with three new handsets on the horizon.

Two of those may have received their latest leak, too, with notorious Twitter leaker, Ben Geskin, sharing new images of what he says are dummy units for the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone.

The images are similar to those that have been shared elsewhere and further corroborate elements that we have already learned over the past few weeks.

One of those elements is a single rear camera on the LCD iPhone whereas the larger, more premium 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus looks set to continue the dual-camera trend that the iPhone iPhone X and Plus models feature. Another difference between the two is the material that is used as the phones’ main body.

The LCD iPhone will use aluminum in an attempt to shave off valuable cents and dollars whereas the iPhone X Plus will be made of stainless steel, again mimicking the iPhone X’s construction. We’d expect the iPhone X replacement to also feature similar construction, too.

Moving on we have what appears to be slightly thicker bezels on that LCD model. This is because of the extra space required in order to accommodate the hardware required to make LCD panels work. That said, few would call the bezels large especially compared to older iPhones.

While there is little of any surprise in the new images it does show that previous rumors do appear to have been right on the money, as has become the norm with the last few years’ worth of iPhone launches. We think we might miss the old days of Apple being able to surprise is on launch day!

(Source: @VenyaGeskin1 [Twitter], Top image: iPhone X Plus and 6.1-inch iPhone concept renders)

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