iPhone X Plus with 6.5-inch Display and iPhone 9 with 6.1-inch Display Leaked via Hands-On Video

It is a known fact now that California based conglomerate Apple is expected three new iPhone models in 2018. It includes a 6.1-inch model with LCD display, the iPhone X successor with an OLED display and a premium variant dubbed as iPhone X Plus that will feature a 6.5-inch OLED display panel. As per reports these devices are likely to be launched sometime in the month of September along with the stable version of the iOS 12. While there were many speculations doing the rounds regarding the design elements of these devices, a new report has leaked some images and a hands-on video of the alleged Apple iPhone X Plus and iPhone 9.

Image courtesy: Shai Mizrachi/ 9to5Mac

A hands-on video posted by renowned tipster Shai Mizrachi which was first shared by folks at 9to5Mac shows two new iPhone models that are expected to hit the market later this year. The models include the premium iPhone X Plus with a 6.5-inch display and the iPhone 9 with a 6.1-inch display. The video also shows some cases of the dummy models designed by an accessory maker by the name of Skech. This indicates that the case manufacturers have already started designing the cases for the new models much before the official announcement from Apple.

Coming to the design elements of the iPhone X Plus, it features a size similar to the iPhone 8 Plus but sports a larger display of 6.5-inches. Apart from that, the devices are also seen to feature a bezel-less design which indicates that the premium iPhone model will not have any bezels on the sides, unlike the iPhone 8 Plus.

Coming to the 6.1-inch model which is expected to be called the Apple iPhone 9 may be an entry-level device from Apple. As per earlier reports, the device may sport an LCD display panel and may be priced around $600 and $700.

Notably, the front view of the iPhone dummies does not show the display molding. It, however, shows the rear camera setup of all the three iPhone models. The video, however, does not include the 5.8-inch iPhone model that is also expected to be unveiled later this year.

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