This might be our first look at Apple's 6.1-inch iPhone 2018

Today, we have a fresh new batch of the 6.5-inch variant, which leaves only one more to go - the compact 5.8-inch model.

There's an nearly freaky consensus on screen sizes as well, and until recently, two OLED iPhone X sequels were widely expected to be joined by a lower-cost LCD version.

Apple is expected to come out with new iPhones this September, but a notorious leaker says he has spoiled some of the surprise by publishing digital drawings of the rumored low-cost iPhone.

The renders you see in this video, published by MySmartPrice, were created based on all the 6.1-inch iPhone rumors we've seen so far this year.

However, the LCD iPhone X successor might have a bit of bottom chin, which isn't featured in these renders. The phone will continue to follow the trend of going all bezel-less. The aspect ratio of the display is also expected to be same 19.5:9 ratio we find on the iPhone X. The frame of the phone looks like it will be made of aluminum, while the back features a glass panel similar to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.

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There are no words on things like battery capacity yet, although a thicker 8.3mm profile could signal the presence of a larger cell under the hood of this unnamed 6.1-inch next-gen iPhone. A bottom bezel would make it slightly uglier, and ruin that corner-to-corner screen that looks so good on the iPhone X.

For a while the Apple iPhone SE (2018) was rumoured to be the iPhone SE 2, but then reliable leakster Evan Blass revealed the name to be iPhone SE (2018). That's why production is expected to be two months later.

The iPhone X2 Plus could easily be the most expensive Apple phone yet, so its price and size won't be for everyone.

You can never be 100 percent certain of this stuff, but a 99 percent confidence rating is pretty solid, given we're still many months away from Apple's big September announcement.

Not a lot is known about this cheaper variant of iPhone 2018 apart from some of the hardware specs that were leaked earlier.

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