Apple is said to unveil three iPhone variants this year, and leaks point at a budget 6.1-inch device with no OLED display and no 3D Touch. Another variant is expected to be the iPhone X successor with an OLED display, and the most premium will be the Plus variant with a 6.5-inch OLED display. Now, schematics of the budgeted 6.1-inch and the most premium 6.5-inch iPhone have been leaked. These schematics give us dimensions, and they also reveal some key new features that the tech giant is thinking of introducing this year.
These schematics were published by Forbes, and possibly the biggest news is that it shows the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus with a triple lens camera at the back. All the three sensors are placed vertically, and this could mean some seriously good photos from the largest variant. Apple could go the Huawei P20 Pro way with a primary, telephoto, and a monochrome lens at the back.
However, the schematic leak could be wrong, and Apple may just stick to two lenses with one flash module in the middle. The report states that the 5.8-inch iPhone X successor will have two vertically stacked camera at the back, just like last year, and if Apple is to bring triple lenses, it will only be on the most premium Plus variant. According to the report, the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus will have dimensions at 157.2 x 77.1 mm. This is a bit smaller than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus which had a footprint of 158.4 x 78.1mm.
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