The budget iPhone X should feature a 6.1-inch screen as an improvement on the current model but will not get a multi-lens camera. Apple is rumoured to launch three new iPhones this year - the iPhone X Plus, next gen iPhone X and a budget iPhone X which is most likely to be the successor of the iPhone SE. And as seen on the schematics, the low-end iPhone will be equipped with a single camera on back.
Forbes claims that the flash isn't featured on the schematics: "I've been asked if one lens is the flash, it isn't". It will likely hang out on the side of the triple camera module. Apple is supposed to follow a similar setup, however, Apple can also go with some new triple camera setup feature.
Apple's next iPhones that will be launched this year are set to come with significant design innovations. In a recent research note, Ming-Chi Kuo said that pricing for Apple's upcoming iPhones for the year 2018 could start at $600.
As per an exclusive report by Gordon Kelly on Forbes, the larger of the phones called iPhone X Plus will have a massive 6.5-inch screen.
As for the low-priced iPhone, it might feature dimensions of 147.12 x 71.52mm, longer and wider than the first-gen iPhone X. This is to be expected given its 6.1-inch size. However, there will be a new incentive to buy the most expensive of all your models, and this time it will be the triple camera setup according to the latest leaks showing the new iPhone X Plus design schemes. Other details that add to the price include a steel chassis, shrunken notch with upgraded Face ID 2.0 and a body more compact than the iPhone 8 Plus.
So if you're looking for a cheaper iPhone X, the upcoming LCD model is going to fulfill your demand.
The rear of the iPhone X Plus should feature a triple lens camera, similar to that found on the Huawei P20 Pro. The device will reportedly have an LCD display with a special layer which prevents the 3D Touch from working.
The 2018 iPhone launch is only a few months away now, and needless to say, there isn't much room for drastic design changes now.