It's no secret that Apple is expected to introduce three new iPhone models later this year. It's speculated that this LCD model will still be "iPhone X-like" but that it will come equipped with fewer features than the two new models, have an LCD panel rather than an OLED, and will, of course, be pushed into the market with a lower price-point than the two OLED models. That's about 1.1 mm wider than the iPhone X; however, that difference may just be button protrusion. However, that difference does not make a huge difference as the case for the iPhone X launched past year fits well on the 2018 mockup as well.
It is possible that over time the mix shifts more toward the 6-inch LCD iPhones; launch quarters tend to skew towards the high-end models.
The sensor depth on the camera appears to be the same as the current iPhone X suggesting this won't change on the new iPhone X Plus.
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Apple is launching three iPhones in 2018, according to numerous sources and analysts.
Apple is expected to launch three variants of the iPhone this year - a budget 6.1-inch device with a LCD display and no 3D Touch, the iPhone X successor with an OLED display, and the most premium will be the iPhone X Plus variant with a 6.5-inch OLED display. Finally, a 6.0-inch LCD iPhone mockup is shown that measures 150.91 mm high, 75.72 mm wide and 8.47 mm thick.
There have also been rumours of a smaller iPhone SE 2 (2018) which could cram in an iPhone X style edge-to-edge notch screen.