Apple is rumored to release three new iPhone models this fall, including a version with a 6.1-inch display. Now, several months ahead of an official unveiling, leaked schematics are providing us with a look at what to expect.

The renders you see above are allegedly based on leaked schematics for Apple’s 6.1-inch iPhone 9 and 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus. There’s also a render of the 5.8-inch iPhone X, which we’re not expecting to change much when the sequel is released later this year.

The alleged iPhone model with a 6.1-inch screen will only feature a single camera, along with a notch similar to the iPhone X. The display will supposedly be LCD and supplied by LG; the Korean company introduced the G7 with an LCD display that featured a notch, giving us a good idea of what the iPhone 9’s screen will look like.

The iPhone 9 is said to be the cheapest of Apple’s new trio of iPhone models. To help keep costs down, the device may feature an aluminum build, rather than all-glass. That means the device won’t feature wireless charging, though it will likely be more durable than the all-glass iPhone X.

Additionally, the iPhone 9 could also lack 3D Touch and feature older specs. It won’t be as cheap as something like the OnePlus 6, but Apple’s upcoming device is rumored to cost just $700, significantly cheaper than the iPhone X, which retails for $999.